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THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 



EDITED BY THE REV 

W ROBERTSON NICOLL, M.A., LL.D. 

Editor of "The 'British Weekly," Etc. 



COMPLETE UNABRIDGED EDITION 



NEW YORK 
A. C. ARMSTRONG AND SON 

3 and 5 West Eighteenth Street 

London : Hodder and Stoughtoti 

1905 



COMPLETE INDEX TO 
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

TOPICAL eAND TEXTUAL 
BY 

S. G. AYRES, B.D. 

Librarian of Drew Theological Seminary 



GENERAL PREFACE TO 

THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

BY THE EDITOR 
W ROBERTSON NICOLL, M.A., LL.D. 

TOGETHER WITH INTRODUCTIONS TO THE 
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT SECTIONS 

By W. H. BENNETT, M.A., D.D. 
Professor of Old Testament Exegesis at New College, London 

And WALTER F ADENEY, M.A. 
Professor of New Testament Exegesis at Lancashire College, Manchester 



NEW YORK 
A. C. ARMSTRONG AND SON 

3 and 5 West Eighteenth Street 

London : Hodder and Stoughton 

1905 



Copyright, 1905, by 
A. C. ARMSTRONG AND SON 

[Published May, igof\ 



GENERAL PREFACE TO THE 
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 



By the Editor, 
W ROBERTSON NICOLL, M.A., LL.D. 



The Expositor's Bible has been published in a period 
of exceptionally active work in Biblical criticism. A 
survey of recent study in the Old Testament and in the 
New by very competent scholars is supplied in this 
volume. I confine myself to general considerations. 
Whatever criticism has accomplished or has not 
accomplished, we may be sure that the supremacy and 
the finality of the Bible are as they were, and will con- 
tinue secure and unassailable. The ultimate testimony 
that the Bible is the Word of God cannot be derived 
from external witness or from a process of reasoning. 
It is in the heart of the believer to whom the voice of 
God is personal, and it is given by the Holy Spirit that 
still bears witness in and with the Word. It is and has 
always been to the Church not a matter of probable 
evidence, but one of Divine certainty. If we could see 
the living Church ! It would be much to see the 
Church Triumphant, and in a sense that privilege is 
ours. For we are come to Mount Zion where God has 
set His King, to the festal host and Church of the first- 
born which are written in Heaven. Yet a hush hangs 
over the everlasting hills, and the light that falls on 
them now for us is but starlight to the glory that 
clothes them. But what if we could see the living 



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in Christ, if the sheath of the Church Visible should 
suddenly fall away and the flower of the Church Invisi- 
ble should unfold itself before our eyes. Those who 
have heard in His written Word the true voice of God 
are the Church Invisible, and it is to them and to them 
only that the conviction of its Divine riches is assured. 
But even for them — and in these days this is specially 
true — there are difficulties about the content, the 
meaning, and the form of Scripture. Upon these there 
are great differences, but there is ground on which we 
may all meet. There are arguments which appeal to 
every Christian heart for the finality of the Word of 
God. 

We are in the first place, confronted by the fact of 
the permanent and inextinguishable hfe of the Bible. 
No engrossment of the general mind with secularities, 
no change in the methods of thought, no discovery of 
science, and no achievement of literature puts the Bible 
out of court. It and it alone ministers to the perma- 
nent and universal cravings of our being. Sir Thomas 
Browne puts it well : "Men's works have an age like 
themselves, and though they outlive their authors, yet 
have they a stint and period to their duration. This 
only is a work too hard for the teeth of time, and 
cannot perish but in the general flames when all things 
will confess their ashes." The words are as true as 
when they were written, and they will be as true at any 
future period, however long this frame of things may 
last. We will not even quarrel with the thought that 
the Bible itself will come to be no longer needed, for 
we shall in the end be content to have no Scripture 
but the Living Word Himself. Now it is this which 
sharply distinguishes the Bible from every other book. 
There are, said one, three classes of books. There is 



GENERAL PREFACE 7 

the book you read once, the book you read twice, and 
the book you read every year. There is besides the 
Book which you read constantly, which morning by 
morning, evening by evening, brings its message of 
help. Other books, even the greatest, exhaust their 
message. Take, for example, the sermons of Frederick 
Robertson. What startling freshness there was in 
them on a first reading! Go back to them now, and 
you find that very much of their message has passed 
into the substance of contemporary thought. The 
Bible has been and ever is yielding messages, and yet 
returning to it you ever find, and the generations ever 
find, that it has more to say. We may, indeed, read it 
heedlessly and find it old. But who that reads it with 
a wistful heart will ever have this experience? "I 
sometimes look back," said one, "to those simple days 
when my spiritual life was commencing, when I used 
to go forth to my labours with the New Testament in 
my pocket, that I might glance over its pages at the 
next leisure moment. I read it with fresh, unworn, 
unspeakable interest. It was like Adam's first walk 
in Paradise." It has been told of some saints whose 
minds had in their day roamed over the field of knowl- 
edge, that as life drew up to the end they read almost 
nothing except the Bible, feeling every time that they 
were only beginning to understand it. 

The significance of this is not that the Bible is a 
great achievement of literature, not that it is the 
noblest and sublimest of all books, but that it is the 
final revelation of God. There is a dangerous form of 
apologetics which aims at establishing that the Bible 
is the most remarkable book in the world. That parts 
of the Bible are of the noblest literary beauty is certain. 
That some at least of the human authors were tran- 



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scendently gifted is equally certain. For example, this 
is eminently true of the unknown author of the Book of 
Job, a book which, as Froude says, will be found at the 
last to tower above all the poetry of the world. It is 
so with the unknown author of the Epistle to the 
Hebrews, who has been truly if quaintly, described 
as "a man of the first intellectual mark." It is true of 
St. Paul, whose intellect was very receptive, that even 
when most receptive, most powerful, an instrument, an 
organon, not a mere speaking trumpet. For St. Paul 
the glory of the Cross flooded the world, smote with 
death its principles and creeds, created new scenery, 
new horizons, new faiths, new understandings. But 
we cannot affirm all this about every author of the 
Bible or every part of it, and we need not do so. What 
we say is that this book and this book only contains 
all we know of God, all we shall know till the veil is 
rent. Let me emphasize this assertion. An American 
poet has said : 

"Slowly the Bible of the race is writ, 
Each age, each kindred, adds a text to it." 

This is a statement that we meet with a blank denial. 
No text has been added to the Bible. No revelation of 
God has been given or will be given in addition to that 
within its covers. You say God has revealed Himself 
by His skill and power in nature. He has revealed 
Himself by His providence in history. He has revealed 
Himself in the individual life of believers. He has 
revealed Himself by His Spirit to His Church. He has 
in a sense inspired the books of devotion that are the 
treasures of the world. The Holy Spirit has promised 
to take of the things of Christ and show them to every 
believer. Yes, it is all true. But what has God said in 



GENERAL PREFACE 9 

nature, in Providence, in Christian experience, in 
Christian literature that He has not said first in the 
Bible? Take the most beautiful thought ever sug- 
gested by the profoundest Christian mind, and you 
will find it quietly folded in some word of Jesus, in 
some argument of an Apostle. This was the argument 
for the inspiration of the Gospel on which my old 
teacher, Dr. Robertson Smith, was specially wont to 
dwell. "We mean," he said, "that the Bible contains 
within itself a perfect picture of God's gracious rela- 
tions to man, and that we have no need to go outside 
of the Bible history to know anything of God and His 
saving will toward us, that the whole growth of the 
true religion up to its perfect fulness is set before us in 
the record of God's dealings with Israel, culminating in 
the manifestation of Jesus Christ. History has not 
taught us that there is anything in true religion to add 
to the New Testament. We still stand in the nine- 
teenth century where Christ stood in the first, or rather 
Christ stands as high above us as He did above His 
disciples, the perfect Master, the supreme Head of the 
fellowship of all true religion." Even so, as Christ 
stands, and forever will stand, infinitely above us, so 
does the Bible stand, and ever will stand, infinitely 
above all other books. Consider what this claim of 
finality means in an age when everything is changing, 
when our books of history, science, and philosophy last 
only a few years. Think what it is to say this in the 
face of the lights that are now streaming in on all sides 
upon the human soul. Think also that this statement 
cannot be challenged by any Christian. No Christian 
knows anything about God but what has been already 
written in the Word of God. The experience of the 
saints runs with these words : "I had little thought of 



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its intellectual grandeur or literary beauty. Christ 
was there. I went to Him for life and found it. I was 
baptized and absorbed in His dying love." 

But the question may be raised, has been raised, Is 
it right to describe the Bible as the Word of God? Is 
it possible to vindicate such a name for the whole Bible 
in the face of criticism and its results ? Is it not better to 
say that the Bible contains the Word of God ? I think it 
is possible to use the phrase "Word of God" in a sense 
that is not justified. But the phrase, "the Bible is the 
Word of God," expresses a truth which is denied in the 
other phrase, "the Bible contains the Word of God." 
I appeal again to Dr. Robertson Smith, whose place 
among Biblical scholars will not lightly be contested. 
He says : "People now say that the Scripture contains 
God's Word, when they mean that part of the Bible is 
the Word of God and another part is the word of man. 
That is not the doctrine of our churches, which hold 
that the substance of all Scripture is God's Word. 
What is not part of the record of God's Word is no 
part of Scripture. Only we must distinguish between 
the record and the Divine communications of God's 
heart and will which the record conveys." Defining 
his position still further, the same illustrious scholar 
said: "We may say that silver is contained in the 
mould into which it is run. If the silver is only in the 
leaden ore, the man who has no means of smelting is 
no richer by having it in his possession. If the Bible 
only contains the Word of God mixed with man's word, 
like silver in the leaden ore, then no one could use 
Scripture for his own religious life who did not possess 
the requisite scholarship, as in the other case the man 
could not get silver without having a smelting to 
separate it from the leaden ore. Therefore that view is 



GENERAL PREFACE 11 

untenable. But there is another way in which Scrip- 
ture may contain the Word of God, the pure Word of 
God — as the mould contains the silver seven times 
tried. The pure silver takes the shape of the mould — 
it may be an imperfect shape — but it is pure silver, and 
the man is enriched thereby at once without any 
further act." 

Once more, when Biblical criticism has done (its 
utmost, when every one of its established results is 
acknowledged to the full, there is still a problem. 
Grant the furthest claim of the critical analysis. 
Divide the Bible as you have it into innumerable 
shreds, painted differently. What then? You have 
not explained the living combination. How were these 
innumerable scraps brought together and endowed 
with this indomitable vitality? It is the same problem 
as is presented in Christianity- The parts, as an apolo- 
gist has said, may be taken to pieces, and people may 
persuade themselves that without Divine interposition 
they can account for all the facts. "Here is something 
from the Jews, something from the Greeks, an element 
contributed by this party, another by that, a general 
coloring by people who held partly of both. You may 
take down Christianity in this way, and spread it over 
the centuries. But when the operation is done the 
living whole draws itself together again, looks you in 
the face, reclaims its scattered parts from every cen- 
tury back to the first, and reasserts itself to be a great 
burst of coherent life and light centring in Christ. 
Just as though you might take a piece of living tissue 
and say, here is only so much nitrogen, carbon, lime, 
and so forth, but the energetic peculiarities of life 
going on before your eyes would refute you by the 
palpable presence of a mystery unaccounted for." So 



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it is with the Bible. How were these elements put 
together? Who breathed into the whole the breath of 
life so that it became a living creature, as Luther says, 
with eyes and hands and feet? Take the problem of 
the Gospels. One may say lazily that it is an insoluble 
problem, and one may say it wisely. In any case, how 
was it that these writers succeeded in drawing the 
picture of the Stainless? How was it that the stream 
was never allowed to become turbid at any moment? 
One act, one word, one attitude might have been con- 
demned by all generations of the faithful. How were 
they kept from misunderstandings, these men who 
were always misunderstanding, when the story came 
to be written? An artist and poet of great note died 
some twenty years ago, and quite a number of his 
friends have put on record their impressions. The 
most intimate of these friends has refrained. He has 
contented himself with saying that they have all 
missed the true man, the heroic, the noble man. Are 
we not in the presence of the supernatural in dealing 
with a fact like this, that the sinful should understand 
the Sinless so perfectly as to record no thought, no 
deed, no word which bears upon it the mark of their 
human frailty ? Shelley said once : "There are two 
Italys, one of the green earth, the transparent seas, old 
ruins, the warm, radiant atmosphere; the other is of 
the Italians, with their works and ways." There are 
two Bibles, the Bible cut in pieces by analysis, the 
Bible as we have it. The time will come when one will 
pass into the other, but it will not come till the finality 
and Divinity of the Bible are confessed, just as the 
moment will come when the spell of Italy will pass 
into the soul of her people, and the contrast will fade 
away. What we say about the Bible, when admitting 



GENERAL PREFACE 13 

everything that criticism has secured, is that criticism 
has only made it clearer than ever that it is a house 
not made with hands. 

Once more, and especially of the Old Testament, we 
have the witness of Christ. This is a witness which 
has been misunderstood and overdriven. But in its 
essence it is a witness which is admitted by believing 
critics themselves to be absolute. To us it is not 
enough to say that Jesus Christ is an inspired soul, 
obedient to the laws of His own nature. It is not 
enough even to say that He holds a regal rank among 
souls and an exceptional relation to God. It is not 
enough to say that He is the Saint of saints. He is 
more than that, even very God of very God. But take 
the lower position. Admit everything that can be 
urged in the circumstances of His humanity, and still 
it remains true, as Dr. Robertson Smith has said that 
"there can be no question that Jesus Himself believed 
that God dealt with Israel in the way of special revela- 
tion, that the Old Testament contains within itself a 
perfect picture of His gracious relations to His people, 
and sets forth the whole growth of the true religion 
up to its perfect fulness." Dr. Robertson Smith added : 
"We cannot depart from this view without making 
Jesus an inperfect teacher and an imperfect Saviour." 
Did He who said, "No man knoweth the Father but 
the Son and he to whomsoever the Son willeth to reveal 
Him," did He mistake His Father for another in the 
pages of the Old Testament? It is incredible, incredi- 
ble upon any theory of the person of Christ that can be 
held by Christians. 

"The Spirit of God maketh the reading, and espe- 
cially the preaching, of the Word an effectual means of 
convincing and converting sinners," says the Shorter 



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Catechism. Is it so certain that the preaching comes 
before the reading? Human words, when they are 
best, give the forms of what truth the speakers see, but 
the brightest forms have neither the lustre nor the 
grace of the forms of the Spirit. They are at best poor, 
dull, inharmonious echoes of the heavenly music, and 
it is through the Word of the Lord pre-eminently that 
the power of the Lord must spread from heart to heart. 

W ROBERTSON NICOLL 
London, April, 1905. 



GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE 
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 



OLD TESTAMENT 



By W H. Bennett, M. A., D. D. 

Professor of Old Testament Exegesis at New College, London 

I. PLAN OF THE SERIES 

The Expositor's Bible is unique. There have been 
innumerable commentaries, homiletical, didactic, exeget- 
ical, and critical; mostly dealing with the books text by 
text, or paragraph by paragraph. This series adopts a 
different method. It aims at bringing out the general 
teaching of each book, and of each of the divisions into 
which the book naturally falls. The reader is furnished 
with all the information necessary to enable him to 
understand the history, philosophy, and theology, the 
practical wisdom and devotional poetry of the Sacred 
Scriptures; but his mind is not bewildered by abstruse 
technicalities, and his attention is not distracted from the 
main issues by long discussions on minor details. This 
plan has, of course, been partially anticipated, there have 
been similar expositions of books or portions of books; 
such expositions have usually been sections of elaborate 
works ; but in the Expositor's Bible we have for the first 
time a series exclusively devoted to such exposition, and 
embracing the whole Bible. The series illustrates the 
catholicity of scholarship; its contributors represent sev- 
eral Evangelical churches, and various schools of Biblical 
Criticism. There are Anglicans like the Bishop of Derry, 
Presbyterians like Prof. G. A. Smith, and English Free 
Churchmen like Dr. Maclaren. 



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II. — THE NEED FOR A NEW EXPOSITION OF THE 
OLD TESTAMENT 

"Of old time God spake unto the fathers in the 
prophets by divers portions and in divers manners." 1 

In the Old Testament we have the record of this Reve- 
lation so far as the mind could grasp the Divine utterance 
and so far as words could describe the Heavenly Vision. 
Ever since the Epistle to the Hebrews was written, and 
for that matter even earlier, devout Jews and Christians 
have been busy with the interpretation of the Scriptures 
of the Old Covenant. Not only so, but also the inspired 
words of prophets and psalmists, sown in the good soil 
of believing hearts, have brought forth an abundant har- 
vest of theological and devotional literature. The Old 
Testament and the literature of which it has been the 
occasion form an important portion of the Christian 
inheritance. 

Each new generation needs to take stock afresh of this 
sacred legacy, so that it may obtain from ancient learning, 
study and inspiration the true message for its own times. 
The tares must be gathered out from the wheat, and the 
chaff separated from the grain. Truth, too, constantly 
needs re-statement ; language and ideas are always chang- 
ing; words and phrases do not convey to us the same 
meaning as they did to our grandfathers. Religious 
teaching deals largely in metaphors, and a metaphor may 
be a guiding light to one generation, and a will-o'-the-wisp 
to the next. As times change, aspects of the truth once 
prominent may be passed over lightly, and new views of 
the same truth must be emphasized to suit the needs of a 
new dispensation. The church in its age-long pilgrimage 
ever attains new heights from which it beholds a wider 
a Hebrews, I. I. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 17 

range of the vast expanse of sacred truth; for the most 
part it is the same landscape which was seen of old; but 
something is lost to sight, some tracts which once filled the 
field of vision have become dim and small ; new glories are 
revealed, and the true relations of mountain, valley, and 
plain, of river, lake, and sea are discerned as they never 
were before. Commentators and expositors have not 
merely to repeat the shibboleths of forgotten controver- 
sies, they have the more onerous task of making the new 
view of the Heavenly Vision an intelligible, living, speak- 
ing picture for the men and women of their day. 

At the time when the publication of this series began 
there was urgent need for a new exposition of the Old 
Testament. The nineteenth century had obtained won- 
derful results from research in science and history, and 
from the progress of thought in philosophy, criticism, 
and theology ; men were dazzled with new facts and new 
ideas. How were they to understand the Bible in the 
light — one might almost say in the glare — of this new 
truth? 

The scientific researches associated with the names of 
Wallace and Darwin, and with the term Evolution, have 
altogether changed our ideas of Nature and man, and of 
their relation to each other. Our knowledge of the his- 
tory of the race is fuller and deeper than it was, and goes 
back to a far more remote antiquity. Democracy both as 
an idea and as a practical system is affecting thought, feel- 
ing, and character as it never did before, both for good 
and evil. This latter feature is perhaps one cause of the 
modern tenderness towards acute physical pain, and this 
tenderness, again, has done much to modify the sterner 
doctrines of the old theology. In many other ways too 
theology has become, as some would say, more vague; 



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or, as others would prefer to put it, more elastic and better 
able to adapt itself to the varied circumstances of life. 

We may now turn to departments of research specially 
connected with the Old Testament. We may begin with 
Egyptology and Assyriology, it being understood that the 
latter is even more concerned with the literature, history, 
and religion of Babylon than with that of Assyria. Dur- 
ing the middle of the nineteenth century the excavations 
in the East have restored its buried empires to the light 
of history ; they have enabled us to study the Sacred story 
in connection with the great international system of Egypt 
and Western Asia; and they have shown us how closely 
Israel was connected with the peoples of the Nile and the 
Euphrates in commerce, politics, and religion. But the 
study of the faith and worship of Israel side by side with 
those of Egypt and Babylon is only part of the science of 
comparative religion. Recent research has taught us 
many things concerning the faiths of the world; and the 
unique character of the Old Testament Revelation can 
only be understood when it is compared with the religious 
practices and ideas of other peoples. Moreover, the dis- 
coveries in Egypt and Assyria, and the study of Eastern 
life, furnish many new illustrations of the manners and 
customs of Israel ; and the new knowledge of Semitic lan- 
guages enables us to correct many defects in the Author- 
ized Version of the Old Testament. Indeed the publica- 
tion of the Revised Version clearly demanded a revised 
exposition. 

Again, the new exegesis had to consider results in other 
departments of study, e. g., the Lower and the Higher 
Criticism. Something had been done in the Lower Criti- 
cism, or the discussion in detail of the text of the Sacred 
Books; but here the changes were comparatively unim- 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 19 

portant; and even now our knowledge of this subject is 
very inadequate from the point of view of scholarship, 
though the text is determined with an accuracy sufficient 
for practical purposes. It was very different, however, 
in what is known as the Higher Criticism, i. e., the dis- 
cussion of the date, authorship, and composition of the 
books of the Old Testament. Higher critics of one 
school, following those of former generations, were in- 
clined, for the most part, to assign the books as they stood 
to the authors whose names were given as their titles. 
For instance the whole of the Pentateuch, with the excep- 
tion of Deuteronomy, xxxiv, 5-8, was ascribed to Moses ; 
the whole of Isaiah to the prophet of the time of Heze- 
kiah; and all the Davidic Psalms to David. But for 
about a century this subject had been studied from 
another point of view, by a school of critics who were 
inclined to neglect tradition, and to take for their motto 
"Prove all things." The principles of this school are 
clearly and eloquently set forth in the following quotation 
from Prof. Sayce ;* the passage refers to the sacred books 
of Babylonia, but the principles are of universal appli- 
cation. 

"Before we can understand it (a collection of sacred 
books) properly, we must separate the elements of 
which it consists, and assign to each its chronological 
position. 

"The very fact, however, that religious texts are 
usually of immemorial antiquity, and that changes 
inevitably pass over them as they are handed down in 
successive editions, makes such a task peculiarly diffi- 
cult. Nevertheless it is a task which must be under- 
taken before we have the right to draw a conclusion 



1 The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia, p. S58. 



20 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

from the texts with which we deal. We must first 
know whether they are composite or the 

products of a single author and epoch; whether, lastly, 
they have been glossed and interpolated, and their 
primitive meaning transformed. We must have a 
chronology for our documents and beware 

of interpreting the creations of one age as if 
they were the creations of another." 

The application of these principles to the Hebrew 
Scriptures has had startling results. If two tables 
were compiled showing the date and authorship of the 
various books, one according to the traditional school 
of higher criticism, 1 the other according to the school 
with which we are now dealing, 3 the two would present 
a marked contrast to each other. The new school 
would hold, for instance, that the bulk of the Penta- 
teuch is not in its present form the work of Moses; 
that the last twenty-seven chapters of our Book of 
Isaiah were not composed by that prophet; and that 
very few of the Davidic Psalms were really written 
by David. At the time when the first volumes of the 
Expositor's Bible were published this school had be- 
come large and influential; and public attention had 
been called to their teaching by the attacks on Prof. 
W Robertson Smith, one of their leading representa- 
tives. The new criticism affected not only purely lit- 
erary questions but also the views to be taken of the 
history and religion of Israel. The history before 
Saul, it was maintained, was not so fully and definitely 
known as had been supposed ; and the religion of Israel 
had developed, under the influence of Revelation, from 



*As represented for instance by the earlier editions of Dr. Angus's 
Bible Handbook, or by Keil's O. T. Introduction. 
"As represented by Driver's Introduction. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 21 

a primitive faith which had much in common with that 
of other Semitic peoples. Here again we can illustrate 
the alleged results of the new criticism by a passage 
from Prof. Sayce : "It is to Babylonia, therefore, that 
we must look for the origin of those views of the future 
world and of the punishment of sin 1 which have left so 
deep an impression on the pages of the Old Testa- 
ment. They were views from which 
the Israelite was long in emancipating himself. 
The inner history of the Old Testament is, in fact, in 
large measure a history of the gradual widening of 
the religious consciousness of Israel in regard to them 
and their suppression by a higher and more spiritual 
form of faith." 2 

In the Expositor's Bible both the old and the new 
schools of criticism are represented. Thus a great 
opportunity was offered to critics; and a crucial experi- 
ment was tried which was of the utmost importance 
to all Christian Churches. When the books of the 
Old Testament were read in the light of the new 
criticism, would it still be possible to derive from them 
a consistent and reasonable account of the history and 
religion of Israel ; would they still stimulate and nour- 
ish Christians' faith, piety, and devotion, and minister 
to the needs of the spiritual life ? The volumes of this 
series written by representatives of the new school of 
criticism have enabled us, it is claimed, to answer this 
question with an emphatic affirmative. For the gen- 
eral public the first volume of Prof. Geo. Adam Smith's 
Isaiah was an epoch-making book, revealing undreamed- 
of possibilities in the way of fresh light breaking 



'The belief in a dim, shadowy existence in Sheol, the Semitic Hades; 
and the belief in exact retribution for sin and reward for virtue in the 
present life. 

"Religion of Egyptians, etc., p. 296. 



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forth from the ancient Scriptures. The British Weekly 
wrote of this work, "Isaiah is for the first time made 
perfectly intelligible to the people Mr. Smith 

has opened out a new line of work which will 

do more than many arguments to reconcile a timorous 
and misguided public to scientific scholarship and the 
newer criticism." 

Another modern tendency which influences the 
interpretation of the Old Testament is the decay of 
ecclesiastical authority. There are still, and always 
will be, those who are willing to believe anything on 
the bare word of their favorite preacher. But in the 
long run this kind of faith does not count. On the 
other hand there are many, religious or capable of 
religion, to whom it would seem absurd to suggest that 
the decrees of Churches had any great value in matters 
of faith. As regards the Old Testament, for instance, 
neither the creeds of ancient councils nor the resolu- 
tions of modern synods, neither papal bulls nor episco- 
pal edicts could seriously affect the attitude of such 
men to, say, Canticles, Ecclesiastes and Esther. The 
testimony of the Church Universal — of which creeds, 
confessions, and other standards are the least impor- 
tant part — induces inquirers to read the Bible. But in 
religion, an authority is only effective by its own in- 
herent force; it must be able to assert itself so as to 
win sympathy, to produce conviction, and to secure 
obedience. A distinguished Cambridge scholar is in 
the habit of saying, when he is asked how he "takes" 
a passage, that he does not take the passage, but the 
passage takes him. So the great sayings, discourses, 
and narratives of the Old Testament take hold of their 
readers and compel acknowledgment of the authority 
of Revelation. The best we can do for the Bible is to 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 23 

let it speak for itself; the only essential doctrine of 
Scripture is that it is the duty and privilege of every 
man to read it, and to read intelligently, taking 
advantage of all the light afforded by history, 
archaeology and criticism. The great object of the 
Expositor's Bible has been just this — to let the Bible 
speak for itself. 

III. — RECENT RELIGIOUS LITERATURE — GENERAL. 

Criticism has powerfully stimulated public interest 
in the Bible, and the wealth of new information and 
new ideas has produced an extensive popular literature 
on the Sacred Scriptures. The traditional etiquette 
which demanded that the Bible should be marked off 
from all other books by its sombre binding and its 
arrangement in chapters and verses has been rudely 
set aside. Almost every possible variety of editions 
have been published of late years — Bibles of every 
shape and size, from the portly quarto for the lectern 
to the dainty series of duodecimo volumes for the 
pocket ; Bibles with and without notes or illustrations ; 
Bibles treated as classic literature; Bibles bound in 
cheerful colors with aesthetic tooling. It has become 
possible to read the Scriptures in a railway train with- 
out being guilty of pharasaic ostentation. At the 
same time there has been a deluge of "Helps," "Com- 
panions," "Teachers' Notes," etc., etc., intended to 
supply the latest information in popular, but some- 
times a little misleading as to the critical results of 
modern, Biblical study. 

But the most important feature of recent literature for 
ordinary Bible students is the publication of standard 
works of reference in which the real results of modern 
research are made accessible. For nearly thirty years 



24 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, in its English and Ameri- 
can editions, rendered invaluable service; and a revision 
of this work was published some time since. But just 
recently two entirely new Bible Dictionaries have been 
published in which British, American, Dutch, German 
and Swiss scholars of all the Evangelical Churches, 
together with one or two learned Jews, co-operate. 

Dr. Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 1 represents the 
more conservative position, while somewhat more ad- 
vanced views find expression in the Encyclopedia Biblica," 
edited by Prof. Cheyne and Dr. J. Sutherland Black. 

In all this literary activity, the various Bible Societies 
have taken an important part ; chiefly through their instru- 
mentality the Bible in whole or in part has been translated 
into over 400 languages, and probably since the invention 
of printing about 300,000,000 copies of the Scriptures or 
of portions have been put into circulation. An important 
feature in this work is the decision of the British and 
Foreign Bible Society to circulate the Revised Version — a 
step all the more significant as it followed shortly after 
the publication of the American edition of the Revised 
Version, and the vote of the Anglican Convocation 
approving of the reading of the new translation in the 
services of the English Established Church. 

The last fifteen or twenty years have seen a great growth 
of religious journalism. Popular periodicals have multi- 
plied; and several important theological reviews have 
been started in England and America, notably the Critical 
Review, the Hibbert Journal, and the American Journal 
of Theology. 



*T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh. Four Volumes, with a fifth supplementary 
volume. 

•A. & C. Black. Four Volumes. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 25 

IV- THE PROGRESS OF ARCHEOLOGY. 

The years since the publication of our series began, in 
1887, have witnessed marked progress in the study of the 
Old Testament, of which we propose to give a brief 
sketch, beginning with the Archaeology, i. e., chiefly the 
results of excavations in Egypt, and in Syria, Assyria, 
Babylonia, and Arabia. The last fifteen years have made 
immense additions to the known facts which have a bear- 
ing on the history and religion of Israel, and the inter- 
pretation of the Hebrew Scriptures. Assiduous explora- 
tion is continually pushing back our knowledge of the 
ancient East to a more and more remote antiquity, so that 
already we discern the dim outlines of history in what 
we have been wont to call prehistoric times. We seem to 
know something of life in Egypt in B. C. 7000 or it may 
be even B. C. 10,000. At the same time our knowledge 
of later periods is continually increasing, though com- 
paratively little is found that directly and explicitly either 
confirms or contradicts the Old Testament. Perhaps the 
most relevant amongst recent discoveries is an inscription 
of Meneptah II. This king is often spoken of in popular 
handbooks as the "Pharaoh of the Exodus," and his 
father and predecessor Rameses II is referred to as the 
"Pharaoh of the Oppression." But in this newly found 
inscription Meneptah claims to have subdued Israelites 
in Syria. 

But the most striking amongst recent discoveries is the 
collection known as the Tell el'Amarna Tablets, found 
at Amarna in the Nile Valley in 1887. They form a 
connecting link between Egyptology and Assyriology, 
and bring forth their relation with Palestine. For, 
though they are part of the archives of the Foreign 
Office of Amenophis IV, B. C. 1400, they are, for the 



26 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

most part, written in the cuneiform Babylonian, and con- 
sist of despatches to the Pharaohs from Babylonian, 
Hittite, and other Eastern kings, and from the Egyptian 
officials, and tributaries in Palestine, and the rest of Syria. 
These letters throw a flood of light on the condition of 
Western Asia. We see, for instance, that at that time 
Palestine and Phoenicia were provinces of the Egyptian 
Empire. 

It is also maintained by many scholars that certain 
invaders of Palestine, the Habiri, who figure largely in 
these letters, are the Hebrews, although the period is at 
least a century earlier than the time of the so-called 
"Pharaohs of the Oppression and the Exodus." 

In Palestine, at Lachish and Gezer, the explorers have 
unearthed the remains of the successive races which one 
after another ruled in the land. 

In Babylonia, there has been quite recently a great 
"find" of the laws, official letters and other documents 
of Hammurabi, B. C. 2300, usually identified with the 
Amraphel of Genesis XIV, the contemporary of Abra- 
ham. These and other discoveries have led Paul Haupt, 
Winckler, Sayce, Fried. Delitzsch and other scholars to 
attribute to Babylon a predominant influence, social, 
political, and religious in the ancient East. Hence Fried. 
Delitzsch's famous lectures before the German Emperor, 
in which that distinguished Assyriologist treated the 
religion of Israel almost as an inferior offshoot from that 
of Babylon, and initiated a controversy which is still 
raging. These discoveries are so frequent and so 
extensive that there is little encouragement to anyone to 
attempt to write an adequate and comprehensive account 
of them. However complete it might be when written, 
fresh discoveries would probably come to hand even before 
it was published, and it would rapidly become more and 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 2? 

more out of date. Nevertheless a full statement up to 
certain dates may be found in the works of the scholars 
mentioned above and others such as Hommel, Jastrow, 
Jensen, Budge, Zimmern, Flinders Petrie, etc. ; in the 
proceedings and transactions of the various American, 
English, French, and German Exploration Societies; in 
the most recent commentaries and works on the History 
and Religion of Israel. 

What is specially known in Germany as Archaeology, 
viz., the study of manners and customs, has been brought 
up to date in two standard German works by Nowack 
and Benzinger, respectively. 

We may briefly refer here to the rapid development in 
recent times of the science of Comparative Religion, 
to which amongst others, Prof. C. H. Toy, of Harvard, 
has rendered important services. A marked feature has 
been the tendency to emphasize the legends and ritual of 
savage tribes, and their survivals in the literature and 
services of more advanced religions. Attempts are made 
to ascertain from such data how religions in general, 
and any given religion in particular, have developed; 
and thus lay down principles by which to interpret the 
available information in any special case. In reference 
to this branch of learning Prof. Morris Jastrow of 
the University of Pennsylvania writes thus 1 : "J. G. 
Frazer's great work more particularly, The Golden 
Bough, marks an epoch in the study of religious rites." 

V, — PROGRESS IN PHILOLOGY, ETC. 

Many important additions have recently been made to 
the student's apparatus for the linguistic and textual 
study of the Old Testament. Numerous grammars, 
reading-books and lexicons of Assyrian and other Semitic 
languages have been published. In Hebrew itself a 

^he Study of Religion, p. 51. 



28 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

standard grammar has been provided by the translation 
of the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth editions Gesenius 
revised by Kautzsch. Dr. Solomon Mandelkern has pub- 
lished a new Concordance to the Hebrew Text of the 
Old Testament. A new standard edition of Gesenius 
Lexicon by Profs. Brown, Driver, and Briggs is being 
issued by the Clarendon Press. 

Biblical Hebrew has also had light thrown on it by 
the discovery of the original Hebrew text of large por- 
tions of Ecclesiasticus. It was indeed maintained by 
Margoliouth that the documents discovered were a 
retranslation into Hebrew from Greek and other versions ; 
but, after much controversy, the verdict of scholarship 
is in favor of the originality of the Hebrew text in these 
documents. 

As regards the Septuagint: Prof. Swete has edited 
a small edition in three volumes with the readings of 
the most important manuscripts, together with a fourth 
volume containing the Introduction. A large edition 
which will give the same text 1 "with an ample apparatus 
criticus intended to provide material for a critical 
determination of the text," is being prepared. Messrs. 
Hatch and Redpath have compiled a new Concordance to 
the Septuagint; but a modern grammar and lexicon are 
still "felt wants." 

VI. — RECENT CRITICISM AND EXEGESIS. 

The progress of Biblical knowledge has necessitated 
the publication of new series of commentaries. In English 
there is the International Critical Commentary; 2 and 
some of the later volumes of the Cambridge Bible, e. g., 
Prof. Driver's Daniel, are rather first-class commen- 



*That of the "Vatican MS.," with its lacunae supplied from the uncial 
MS. which occupies the next place in point of age and importance. 

■T. & T. Clark. Judges by Prof. G. F. Moore, Samuel by Prof. H. 
P. Smith, etc., etc., only four or five O. T. volumes published as yet. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT, 29 

taries for scholars than elementary works for general 
readers. In German there are Prof. Nowack's Hand- 
kommentar sum Alien Testament; 1 Prof. Karl Marti's 
Kurser Handkommentar sum Alten Testament, 2 and the 
Old Testament sections of Profs. Strack and Zock- 
ler's Kursgefasster Kommentar. 3 Later on reference will 
be made to some volumes of these series. 

In addition to the above works, there are others spe- 
cially intended to show how criticism has divided up 
the books of the Old Testament into the various older 
documents from which they are believed to have been 
compiled. This analysis is shown in the German transla- 
tion edited by Kautzsch by means of initials in the mar- 
gin; Dr. Haupt's Sacred Books of the Old Testament* 
(Hebrew text) and Polychrome Bible* by means of 
colored backgrounds on which the text is printed ; 
and in the Oxford Society of Historical Theology; The 
Hexateuch* by means of parallel columns. The intro- 
duction to the last named work is the most complete 
popular statement of the grounds for the modern theory 
of the Pentateuch. Technical details and a formal con- 
trast of the arguments for and against this theory may 
be found in the discussion between Profs. W R. Harper 
and W H. Green in Hebraica, 1888-90. Numerous 
Introductions to the Old Testament have expounded the 
current critical views, notably for English and American 
readers the successive editions of Prof. Driver's Intro- 
duction to the Literature of the Old Testament. 



1 Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, Gottingen. Job by Prof. Budde, Psalms 
by Prof. Baethgen, Ezra, etc., etc., by Prof. Siegfried, etc. 

a J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Freiburg, i. B. Genesis by Holzinger, 
Esekiel by Bertholet, Proverbs by Wildeboer, etc., etc. 

•Oskar Beck, Munich, Orelli on Isaiah and Jeremiah, etc., etc. 

'Genesis by C. J. Ball; Numbers by Prof. J. A. Paterson (Edinburgh), 
etc., etc. 

'Edited by J. Estlin Carpenter and G. Harford Battersby. 



30 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

Naturally these various works represent not merely the 
position of criticism and exegesis twenty years ago, but 
also the progress made since then. As regards the His- 
torical Books critics have chiefly been engaged in the 
application of modern methods and principles which are 
now very generally accepted. Development has taken 
place in three directions. First, much labor has been 
given to the more exact distribution of the contents of the 
Hexateuch between the main documents used by its com- 
pilers, e. g., Prof. B. W Bacon's analysis of Exodus. 
Secondly, attempts have been made to divide up these 
main documents into still older documents from which 
they have been compiled. Steuernagel, for instance, re- 
gards Deuteronomy as a mosaic of paragraphs and 
clauses from earlier codes, and finds a criterion between 
different sources in the use, respectively, of the singular 
or the plural form of address. So far his views have not 
met with much acceptance. 1 Thirdly, the theory has been 
very widely advocated that the historical books of Judges 
— / Kings are partly compiled from the documents used 
by the editors of the Hexateuch. 2 Gunkel's commentary 
on Genesis 3 is of special importance; it pleads for 
a fuller recognition of the indebtedness of Israel 
to the religions of its neighbors, and maintains that, 
as the stories of the Creation, the Fall, and the Flood 
were derived from Babylon, so the Patriarchal narratives 
were mostly borrowed from the Canaanites after the set- 
tlement of Israel in Palestine. The account of Joseph, 
however, is largely taken from Egyptian sources. 

As regards the Prophetical Books, there is little of gen- 



1 For other examples of the analysis of the main documents into earlier 
works, see Gunkel's Genesis, the Polychrome Genesis, Joshua, and Prof. 
H. G. Mitchell's World Before Abraham, etc., etc. 

3 See the Polychrome Judges and Samuel. 
'German. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 31 

eral interest to record; the composite authorship of 
Isaiah XL — LXVI is more widely held. 

When we come to the Hagiographa, or third or closing 
section of the Hebrew Canon, Esther has been the subject 
of interesting speculations. Chiefly because Mordecai 
and Esther are the names of the Babylonian gods Mero- 
dach and Ishtar, it has been suggested that the book is 
based on a Babylonian myth which the Jews appropriated 
and adapted, as in earlier days, according to Gunkel, they 
made use of the legends of the Canaanites. 

The origin and history of the Psalms is still made the 
ground of much controversy, and the tendency of criti- 
cism is to deny the existence of any Pre-exilic Psalms ) 
and to assign a large number to the Maccabean period. 
It is even held 2 that, in the time of the Maccabees, the 
Psalm was the organ of political invective, and played the 
part of the leading article in a modern newspaper. 

In connection with Canticles a theory put forward 
some time since has been revived in an emended form, 
and with a fuller discussion of the evidence. 3 This 
view is that "the book is a collection of songs, connected 
with a Syrian custom, called the 'King's Week.' During 
the first week after marriage the bride and bridegroom 
play at being king and queen, and are addressed as such 
by a mock court, in a series of songs similar to those of 
Canticles. Thus Canticles would contain a specimen of 
the cycle of songs used at a seven days' village feast in 
honor of a peasant bride and bridegroom, the latter being 
addressed as 'Solomon, 5 the type of a splendid and pow- 
erful king." 4 



1 £. g., Cheyne. 

•Duhm. 

"Mainly by Budde, in the New World, 1894. 

'Biblical Introduction, Bennett and Adeney, p. 169. 



32 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

VII. — THE HISTORY OF ISRAEL AND ITS RELIGION. 

Many works have appeared expounding these subjects 
in the light of modern criticism. 1 Here again recent work 
has largely been a development on lines already laid 
down.* Much attention has been given to the hints 
furnished by the Pentateuch as to the early history of 
Israel, and these have been compared with recent dis- 
coveries from the monuments. Many scholars 3 maintain 
that the Twelve Tribes of later history represent groups 
of ancient nomadic clans who wandered in Western Asia 
long before the time of Moses; that only a section of 
these groups went down into Egypt and escaped with 
Moses, and that these invaded Canaan at one period, while 
other kindred clans reinforced them at a later time. 
Israel and the Twelve Tribes, as we know them, arose in 
Palestine after the conquest, by the subdivision and 
regrouping of the invading clans, and their combination 
with the Canaanites. 

Cheyne and Winckler have lately advocated theories 
which almost revolutionize the history of Israel. The 
grounds of these theories are largely as follows: The 
cuneiform inscriptions mention a kingdom of Musri in 
Northwestern Arabia. For this reason, and for various 
technical considerations of textual and historical criticism, 
it is proposed in many passages to substitute Musri for 
Egypt, Geshur for Assyria (Asshur) and to restore very 
numerous references to Jerahmeel — according to our pres- 
ent text an obscure tribe to the south of Palestine. 4 With 



'For instance, in English or translated into English, Histories of 
Israel by Cornill, Kittel, and Wellhausen, Prof. J. F. McCurdy's History, 
Prophecy, and the Monuments, etc. O. T. Theologies by Piepenbring, Duff, 
etc. ; and in German Smend's Textbook of the History of O. T. Religion, 
and the latest edition of Marti's revision of Kayser's O. T. Theology; 
G. A. Smith's Historical Geography of the Holy Land. 

*Cf. above, p. 19. 

'E. g., Steuernagel in his Immigration of the Israelites into Palestine. 

*Only mentioned I Samuel xxvii. 10, xxx. 29 and I Chron. ii. 9-42. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 33 

such alternatives and resources at the critic's disposal, 
history would seem to become anything that a taste or 
fancy may dictate ; so far these views 1 have not met with 
much acceptance. In the later history the more recent de- 
velopments are chiefly concerned with the interval between 
the Return and the Maccabees. Some time since Prof. 
Kosters denied that the account of the Return in Ezra 
was historical. According to him there was no Return 
in 538 B. C, and the Temple was rebuilt by the remnant 
of Jews left behind in Judea at the time of the Captivity. 
Kosters has had many followers and many adverse critics, 
but opinion inclines to accept the substantial historicity of 
the account of the Return. 2 It is also maintained that 
various sections of Ezra — Nehemiah do not stand in cor- 
rect chronological order, and that the first mission of 
Nehemiah preceded that of Ezra. Another interesting 
discussion has arisen in connection with Zerubbabel, 
Haggai, and Zechariah. 8 Zerubbabel is supposed, at 
the instigation of Haggai and Zechariah, to have declared 
Judah independent of Persia, and to have ascended the 
throne as the promised Messiah. He was promptly 
crushed and put to death by the Persian government, and 
— according to this view — he is the "Servant of Jehovah" 
whose fate is described in Isaiah LIII. There may be 
a measure of truth in all this, but these views are not 
likely to be adopted in their entirety. 

Another important suggestion as to the history of 
Israel after the Exile comes from Prof. Cheyne, follow- 
ing to some extent in the footsteps of Robertson Smith 
and earlier scholars. It is that the Jews took part in the 
great rebellion against Artaxerxes III, Ochus circa B C. 

*See Cheyne's Critica Biblica, and his articles in the Encyclopedia 
Biblica. 

2 See discussion in G. A. Smith's Book of the Twelve Prophets (Expos- 
itor's Bible). 

3 See Sellin, Serubbabel, etc. 



34 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

350; that their rising was caused by religious enthusi- 
asm, and led to the desecration of the Temple. This ca- 
lamity is supposed to havebeen the occasion of the compo- 
sition of certain Psalms and other passages, 1 which most 
scholars either connect with the destruction of Jerusalem 
by Nebuchadnezzar or refer to the Maccabean period. 

The progress of the historical study of Old Testament 
Theology is hindered by the lack of agreement, even 
amongst scholars of the modern school, as to the date 
of many important passages. It is impossible to write 
certainly as to the teaching, for instance, of Isaiah and 
Amos, or as to the stages of development of the Religion 
of Israel while authorities of the first rank are divided 
as to whether the Messianic sections in Isaiah and the 
monotheistic verses in Amos were composed by those 
prophets, or are post-exilic additions. Moreover there 
is no immediate prospect of a settlement of these ques- 
tions, for the data are meagre and ambiguous, and the 
grounds on which individual writers arrive at decisions 
are largely subjective. 

Nevertheless a great deal is clear and certain ; and even 
where dates are doubtful, much of the teaching is inde- 
pendent of chronology. Within these limits the Exposi- 
tor's Bible and other works have done much to bring 
popular theology into line with the results of larger 
knowledge and fresh research and discussion. This 
process has now reached a point which may enable 
us to say with the Bishop of Winchester, 2 "The period 
of transition, the period of anxious suspense of judg- 
ment, is drawing to a close. It is seen and felt that the 
interpretation of Holy Scripture is not less literal, not 
less spiritual, not less in conformity with the pattern 

•Especially Psalms XLIV, LXXIV, and LXXIX. 

*Dr. H. E. Ryle, in his Early Narratives of Genesis, published when 
he was Hulsean Professor of Divinity at Cambridge, p. IX. 



INTRODUCTION TO OLD TESTAMENT 35 

which the Divine Teacher gave, when it is rendered more 
true to history by the fiery tests of criticism and literary 
analysis." 

VIII. — CONCLUSION. 

This brief survey has necessarily been occupied for the 
most part with the developments of recent research. But 
in these years as in previous periods the Old Testament 
has been the subject of much searching, preaching and 
writing which has taken little or no account of changes 
in criticism, or, indeed, of any criticism at all; but have 
taken the narratives as they found them, and, as far as 
authorship has been concerned, have made the assump- 
tions which seemed easiest and most edifying. Such 
work, too, is most valuable. The spiritual life which 
speaks to us through the Hebrew Scriptures is so full of 
energy, variety, and truth that even the simplest methods 
of treatment yield great results. These results, moreover, 
have sometimes a special quality which is absent from 
more studious exposition. Even after many centuries the 
inspired books are like rich virgin soil which yield a har- 
vest even to the crudest methods of cultivation. Thus 
the scribes of our day, instructed unto the Kingdom of 
Heaven, are still bringing out of their treasures things 
new and old ; and both alike minister to the coming of the 
Kingdom, both the new and the old, both the influence 
of ancient association and venerable tradition, and the 
new life and power and hope that spring to birth in dawn- 
ing light of a new day of the Lord. 

"At last, but yet the night had memories 

Sad in their sweetness, noble in their pain, 
Which, looking backward half regretfully 

In longing day-dreams oft we live again. 
At last, but this new day, that slowly dawns, 

Shall satisfy with its meridian fires 
Alike the longing born of fond regret 

And deeper yearnings that our hope inspires." 



36 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

That the Old Testament will still hold its place of power 
in any new dispensation is guaranteed by its significance 
for Christ and His Gospel. As Prof. G. A. Smith has 
said in a work which states the religious position in the 
light of recent Biblical study, 1 Christ accepted the history 
recorded in the Old Testament "as the preparation for 
Himself, and taught His disciples to find Him in it. He 
used it to justify His mission and to illuminate the 
mystery of His Cross. Above all, He fed His 

own soul with its contents, and in the great crises of His 
life sustained Himself upon it as upon the living and 
sovereign Word of God. These are the highest external 
proofs — if indeed we can call them external — for the 
abiding validity of the Old Testament in the life and 
doctrine of Christ's Church. What was indispensable to 
the Redeemer must always be indispensable to the 
redeemed." W H. Bennett. 

Hampstead, London, April, 1905. 

'Modern Criticism and the Preaching of the Old Testament, p. II. 



GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE 
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 



NEW TESTAMENT 



By Walter F- Adeney, M. A. 

Professor of New Testament Exegesis at Lancashire College, 

Manchester 

I. — CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EXPOSITION 

When we pass from the volumes of the Expositor's 
Bible that deal with the Old Testament to those which 
expound the books of the New Testament we discover 
less departure from the traditional attitude. And yet 
a very little knowledge of the enormous amount of 
research which has been prosecuted during recent 
years in the fruitful field of primitive Christian litera- 
ture and its surrounding scenes must convince us that 
here also was a clamorous call for a fresh treat- 
ment of the whole subject. It is much to have the 
books taken one by one and treated each as a distinct 
entity ; in this way we are led on to perceive that richer 
harmony of the various apostolic notes which means 
so much more than the unison of the older methods : 
First, instead of the familiar treatment of minute 
phrases commonly known as "text," we have the wider 
survey and broader handling of the arguments of the 
books, which to those who have not been accustomed 
to it appears as a revelation, so that these books be- 
come new things to them. Then we have that indi- 
vidual treatment, that temporary isolation of the books, 
which enables us to understand their limitations as 
well as the amplitude of their contents. Lastly, we 
come to see the specific teaching of the several New 



38 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

Testament writers, so that we can no longer confuse 
the distinctive message of the author of Hebrews with 
that of St. Paul, or confound the ideas of St. Peter with 
those of St. James. 

II. — TEXT AND TRANSLATION 

The Expositor's Bible is based upon a more accurate 
text and more exact renderings of the New Testament 
than were available for previous works of exposition. 
The discovery of one of the two oldest known manu- 
scripts at the Monastery of St. Catharine on Mount 
Sinai, in the middle of the nineteenth century, is only 
one, though perhaps the greatest, of the steps in ad- 
vance towards obtaining a correct Greek Testament 
which have been taken during the last hundred years. 
The immense labors of Tischendorf in the collation of 
manuscripts and readings from the Fathers, following 
the earlier work of Mill, Griesbach and others, but with 
a much richer mine of materials to draw upon, laid a 
foundation on which later experts have been laboring 
with the aim of producing the purest possible text. 1 
Westcott and Hort went further in working out a scien- 
tific theory with canons of interpretation which at first 
appeared to sweep the field and claim almost universal 
assent." More recently, however, it has been felt that 
these scholars were tempted to rely too much on one or 
two old manuscripts — chiefly, indeed, on a single 
manuscript, the Vatican, and to treat too contemptu- 
ously the claims of what is known as the "Western 
Text," represented among other authorities by the 
great Cambridge MS., the Codex Bezae. Accord- 
ingly their text cannot be regarded as final. 8 Mean- 

*See Tischendorf, Novum Testamentum Grace, 8th edit. 

"See Hort. Introduction to Westcott and Hort's N. T. 

"See Blass, Philology of the Gospels; Nestle, Textual Criticism of 
the Greek Testament; Kenyon, Handbook to the Textual Criticism of the 
New Testament. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 39 

while perhaps the soundest working Greek Testament 
is that edited by Nestle for the "British and Foreign 
Bible Society," which strikes the mean of several 
critical editions. The more accurate text has been 
accompanied by more correct translations, of which 
the most conspicuous are the English and American 
Revised Versions. This may be described as substan- 
tially one and the same revision of the so-called 
"Authorized Version" ; but there are several emenda- 
tions of the American revisers which were not ac- 
cepted by their more conservative English coadjutors, 
although in nearly every case they must be allowed to 
be improvements both as regards scholarship and also 
in lucidity. Since the Revised Version appeared sev- 
eral completely new translations of the New Testament 
into modern English have been published. 1 

III. — RECENT CRITICISM 

The most remarkable characteristic of the latest 
Biblical criticism is the application to the New Testa- 
ment of those disintegrating processes with the results 
of which on Old Testament studies we have long been 
familiar. This, however, is by no means so alarming 
as the claims of the more radical critics might suggest. 
It is true that some scholars carry their destructive 
criticism to an extreme — for instance, Schmiedel with 
the gospels, refusing to allow full assurance for the 
authenticity of more than five of our Lord's sayings, 
and Van Manen with the epistles, repudiating the 
authenticity of all those ascribed to St. Paul. 2 But these 
critics stand almost alone; at all events they do not 
represent anything like the normal position of New 

'See especially Weymouth, The New Testament in Modern English; 
Moffatt, The Historical New Testament; The Twentieth Century Ntw 
Testament. 

"See Encyclopedia Biblica; also Cheyne, Bible Problems, 



40 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

Testament scholarship. The accident of their promi- 
nence in one of the great Bible dictionaries, which is 
simply due to editorial sympathies, must not disguise 
the fact of their eccentricity Nothing is more re- 
markable in recent criticism than the fact that while 
the more conservative of the two new dictionaries 1 
accepts the main critical position of advanced scholar- 
ship with regard to the Old Testament, it differs 
toto coelo 2 from its rival in its treatment of the New Tes- 
tament. In these respects it fairly corresponds to the 
position taken up by most of the writers of the Expos- 
itor's Bible. 

A remarkable approach towards unanimity is to be 
seen in the views of scholars of various types with 
reference to what is known as the "synoptic problem," 
the problem of the origin of our first three gospels 
occasioned by the perplexing phenomena of their fre- 
quent close resemblance and signally frequent striking 
divergence. Fifty years ago opinions about this question 
were in a perfectly chaotic condition; indeed, there were 
about as many opinions as the highest possible arith- 
metical variation in the mutual relations of the gospels 
would permit. Some put Matthew first, some Mark, 
some Luke; and all conceivable theories as to their rela- 
tion one to another, the use of earlier documents, and the 
degree of reliance on tradition or on written sources to 
be detected in their authors found eager advocates. But 
gradually the turbid waters settled and certain definite, 
generally accepted ideas were crystallized. In the present 
day it is almost universally agreed that Mark was written 
by the man whose name it bears, although when 
Pfleiderer gave his adhesion to this view such a confes- 



1 Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible. 
'The Encyclopedia Biblica. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 41 

sion from one who was regarded as a leader of the "left 
wing" of criticism occasioned some surprise. 1 Further, 
it is the generally accepted opinion that the bulk of the 
narrative portion of Matthew — the chief exceptions being 
the Infancy and Resurrection narrative — is based on 
Mark, and that the same is true to a considerable extent 
with regard to Luke. There has been much discussion 
as to whether St. Mark's gospel has undergone revision. 
But the ripest results of study on this subject are repre- 
sented by the conclusions of Dr. Abbott who has shown 
that our Mark is really the earlier edition of the gospel 
which in a later and slightly modified form, its rugged- 
ness being smoothed, was used in the construction of 
Matthew and Luke. In the second place, it is very gen- 
erally admitted that the discourses in Matthew, which 
are inserted in five blocks of sayings, like five wedges 
driven into the narrative as that stands in Mark, are the 
contents of a work consisting of the "oracles," or "sacred 
sayings," of Jesus which a very ancient church writer, 
Papias the Bishop of Hierapolis, tells us that Matthew 
compiled. 2 Thus we get two of our gospels well 
authenticated, Mark being admitted to be the work of the 
man to whom it is ascribed and Matthew being acknowl- 
edged as in the main a combination of St. Matthew the 
Apostle's collection of the teachings of Jesus with the 
standard narrative in Mark. The infancy and resurrec- 
tion narratives must have been derived from other primi- 
tive authorities. 

The case of our third gospel is somewhat different. As 
we might expect from his preface, St. Luke has availed 
himself of a wider range of materials. But he too, like 

"See Pfleiderer, U rchristentum, First Edition (1887). 

2 It is interesting to observe that, as Eusebius informs us, Papias's com- 
mentary on the Logia, or "Oracles of the Lord," was composed in five 
books. These might correspond to the five sections of the teachings of 
Jesus in our Matthew. 



42 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

the author of our first gospel, is now admitted to have 
used Mark as his primary basis, though not to so great 
extent, or so almost exclusively. In particular in that rich 
section which is commonly, though perhaps erroneously, 
ascribed to our Lord's Persean ministry, he has a store of 
precious materials that are not met with in any other gos- 
pels. Similarly, while some verbal coincidences lead us to 
the conclusion that he also used St. Matthew's collection 
of the sayings of Jesus, it is evident that he had other 
collections of our Lord's teachings, from which, for 
instance, he got the parables of the Prodigal Son and of 
the Good Samaritan, and many other choice utterances the 
characteristic beauty and originality of which constitute 
their own authentication. 

Turning to the Fourth Gospel, we see that this wonder- 
ful book has been subjected to the most searching criti- 
cism during recent years with very interesting results. 
Half a century ago Baur declared that it could not have 
been written before the Year A. D. 160. Since then the 
finding of primitive Christian Documents 1 which bear 
testimony to the use of this gospel in earlier times, 
together with the proofs of its archaic character brought 
out by a comparison of its contents with second-century 
literature, has forced the date of its origin steadily back 
and yet further back, till the latest possible date that can 
be assigned to it is quite early in the second century. 
But more than this, there is a growing tendency to con- 
nect this gospel with the son of Zebedee. Some scholars' 
would assign the actual writing of the book to another 
person, perhaps John the Elder; but then they allow that 
this somewhat shadowy personage, referred to by Papias 
as a contemporary of the Apostles, derived his informa- 

1 Especially Hipollytus The Refutation of All Heresies, and Tatian's 
Diatessaron. 

'E. g., Harnach, McGiffert. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 43 

tion from the Beloved Disciple. One leading scholar 1 
holds that the teachings of Jesus in our Fourth Gospel 
came from the Apostle John, while he thinks that most 
of the narrative portions are due to another hand. But 
in one of the latest works on the subject, Dr. Drummond 
ascribes the whole book to the Apostle and meets the 
adverse views of recent criticism with masterly replies. 
Even if the final verdict should be to ascribe the literary 
form of the work to John the Elder or some unknown 
scholar at Ephesus, the growing consensus of opinion is 
toward assigning the substance of it to St. John himself. 
The same period has seen a reasonable change in the 
critical treatment of the Acts of the Apostles. The 
"Tubingen School," represented in this case especially 
by Zeller, the author of well-known works on Greek 
philosophy, had treated the book as altogether a fancy 
picture of early church history designed to reconcile the 
two opposite parties of St. Paul and the elder Apostles 
by means of the compromise of Catholicism. That theory 
is now extinct, and recent research has gone a long way 
to vindicate the trustworthiness of the book, partly by 
showing the primitive character of the first half — espe- 
cially as illustrated by the speeches of St. Peter and 
others, 2 and later by the collection of many evidences of 
the historicity of the second portion of the book, namely, 
that containing the missionary journeys of St. Paul. We 
owe it especially to the brilliant studies of Prof. Ramsay 
— the greatest living authority on the antiquities and 
history of Asia Minor in the first century — that many 
local and contemporary facts have been brought to light 
confirmatory of the accuracy of St. Luke as a historian. 8 



•Wendt. 

"See Lechler, Apostolic and Post-Apostolic Times. 

'See Ramsay, St. Paul the Traveller and the Roman Citizen. 



44 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

With regard to St. Paul's epistles the case stands thus: 
A few extremists reject them all, partly on the ground 
of their supposed inconsistency with the Acts — thus 
reversing Zeller's argument, but mainly because of the 
advanced condition of Christian experience which they 
illustrate, as though the pace of spiritual development in 
the white heat of the greatest religious "revival" the 
world has ever seen could be measured by the ideas of a 
Dutch professor in his chill lecture room ! But the mass 
of critical opinion — British, German, and American — is 
tending toward a wider recognition of the genuineness of 
these writings than was allowed a generation ago. Baur's 
admittedly authentic group of four, which has been called 
"the great quadrilateral of Christianity," still stands — viz., 
I and 2 Corinthians, Galatians and Romans. Next come 
Philip plans and / Thessalonians now accepted as virtually 
beyond question. Then Colossians has been vindicated in 
schools of severe criticism. 1 If Colossians is allowed, 
there can be no doubt as to receiving its companion 
epistle, the beautiful little letter to Philemon. There are 
still many who are unable to admit 2 Thessalonians, 
chiefly because of its apocalyptic contents. But of late 
years it has been shown that the primitive church was 
possessed with the hope of the coming of Christ 
in glory to a remarkable extent, as a perfectly 
dominating idea. There remains Ephesians as now 
the most questioned of all the epistles that bear the 
name of St. Paul, except the Pastorals. But when it is 
seen that one of the chief objections to it is that it is said 
to be "a weak" ( /) imitation of Colossians we may be 
allowed to regard this judgment as a matter of personal 



*By Von Soden and Jiilicher, although some interpolations are allowed. 
Even Pfleiderer admitted that it contained fragments of St. Paul's genuine 
writings, after Hilgenfeld had followed his leader Baur in rejecting it alto- 
gether. Lightfoot, T. K. Abbott, Zahn, and Sanday all defend its claims. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 45 

taste rather than a decision of objective criticism. 
Luther does not stand alone in holding this epistle to be 
one of the choicest books of the New Testament. 

The question of the Pastoral Epistles must be con- 
sidered as still one meeting with doubtful answers. Many 
scholars who accept all the ten epistles of St. Paul to the 
Churches agree with Marcion of the second century in 
not admitting these three works. Still they are defended 
by most British and American New Testament 1 scholars, 
and some who do not allow that in their present form 
they can be attributed to the Apostle still admit that they 
contain fragments of the Apostle's genuine writings. 2 

The Epistle to the Hebrews is now universally admit- 
ted not to be a work of St. Paul. The book itself makes 
no claim to be such, and it is unfortunate that the English 
Revisers retained the misleading title ascribing it to 
"Paul the Apostle," a late superscription of no histor- 
ical value. Happily the American Revisers have struck this 
out. Claims for Barnabas and for Apollos as its author 
have their advocates; and lately Prof. Harnach has 
hit on the happy guess, backed up by considerations of 
some amount of probability, that its author was a woman 
— Priscilla. But most scholars feel it necessary to abide 
by Origen's negative conclusion : "Who wrote the epistle 
God only knows." That it is a most valuable work of 
high inspiration well worthy of a place in the canon in 
spite of its anonymity cannot be doubted. It has recently 
received special attention from scholars in the form of 
fresh and luminous exposition. 3 



'Not by Davidson, however, nor more recently by Bacon or Moffatt. 
Dr. Horton (Century Bible) balances the arguments pro and con and refuses 
to decide either way, 

'This is Harnach's view. On the other hand so independent a scholar 
and drastic a critic as Mr. Conybeare told the present writer that he had 
no doubt of their genuineness. 

•Especially by Menegoz, Bruce, and Milligan. 



46 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

I Peter has been somewhat severely handled in recent 
times, Harnach regarding it as the work of some un- 
known disciple of St. Paul. But the growing perception 
of a rapprochement between the two great Apostles, which 
is seen in recent scholarship, points to the conclusion that 
St. Peter, who was evidently a man of a most impression- 
able nature, may not have felt himself above receiving 
influences from the great Apostle of the Gentiles ; and it is 
not to be denied that there are features of the epistle 
which link it more closely with St. Peter's speeches in 
Acts than with the writings of St. Paul. On the other 
hand 2 Peter is the one book of the New Testament now 
almost universally treated as not genuine; it was the 
latest to be accepted in the primitive church. 1 

James is regarded as a genuine work of the head of the 
Church at Jerusalem by its chief English commentator/ 
although most German and American scholars who have 
written about it recently assign it to a very late date.' 

The Epistles of John are now almost universally 
admitted to be the work of the author of the fourth 
gospel. Little can be said as to the Epistle of Jude 
except that its free use of Apocryphal books has been 
clearly demonstrated. But, lastly, a flood of light has 
been thrown on the Revelation by recent studies in 
Jewish Apocalyptic literature, and even in Babylonian 
mythology.* It has been shown that this mysterious 
book, which many had regarded as unique in litera- 
ture, may be associated with a school of Jewish and 
Christian Apocalyptic writings from some of the 



'Still it is vindicated by Dr. Bigg, International Commentary. 

a J. B. Mayor, The Epistle of St. James. 

°E. g., Pfleiderer, Holtzmann, Jiilicher, Harnach, the last regarding 
it as a collection of sermon notes put together by some unknown James 
in the second century. But are not its very archaic features against this 
view? 

4 As expounded by Gunkel, Bousset, and Charles. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 47 

former of which it draws its materials. Then, as the 
inquiry is pushed further back, some of the most re- 
markable imagery is traced through these Jewish 
writings to Babylonian legends. While this interest- 
ing process may help to account for the form of the 
book, it does not touch its essence and that marvelous 
inspiration by virtue of which it soars above all pos- 
sible rivals and it is to us the Apocalypt, the one book in 
which the Spirit of God unveils the springs and pur- 
poses of the providence of history. 

IV. — EXEGESIS 

During recent years the methods of the commen- 
tator have undergone almost as great a revolution as 
those of the critic. New dictionaries and grammars 1 
have helped to a more accurate understanding of words 
and phrases. But the most remarkable contribution 
to this form of study comes from a wholly new region, 
the region of contemporary records. Inscriptions in 
Greece and Asia Minor and Papyri discovered in 
Egypt, dating from the very time when the New Tes- 
tament was written, are found to contain phrases 
identical with what we had been accustomed to regard 
as peculiarly characteristic of Hellenistic or New Tes- 
tament Greek. The conclusion to be drawn from 
these remarkable discoveries is that the books of the 
New Testament were written in the ordinary spoken 
Greek of their day, the very same form of language in 
which leases were drawn up and private letters were 
written by people at Oxyrhynchus in Egypt, in which 
inscriptions were chiseled by sculptors in Cos among 
the isles of Greece. From this we are led to see the 
mistake of the old commentators in interpreting the 

X E. g., Grim-Thayer, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, 
and Grammars of New Testament Greek by Winer, Schmiedel and by Blass. 



48 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

New Testament by means of their knowledge of the 
classics. The consequence is that the Revised Version 
must be regarded as already partially out of date, since 
its committees were dominated by English university 
classical scholarship, as represented by Dr. Ellicott, 
the chairman of the English committee. 

Another modern movement of research also carries 
us away from the old classicism. While the New 
Testament writers used the colloquial language of the 
cosmopolitan Greek-speaking people of their day, they 
were all, or nearly all, brought up in Jewish schools 
and taught to think in Jewish modes of thought. This 
indicates that some of their expressions can best be 
interpreted by a knowledge of Aramaic, the language 
of Palestine in the time of Christ. And now Aramaic 
studies have been brought in to assist in the interpre- 
tation of the New Testament with luminous results. 1 

Two further characteristics may be observed in the 
new modern commentaries. 2 One is a vigorous effort 
to arrive at the original meaning of the books, rather than 
to the exclusion of any reference to theological systems 
of later date ; in other words, honest exegesis^ rather 
than polemical discussion. The other characteristic 
is a broader method of treatment in seeking for the 
ideas of the sacred writings as more important than 
the minute study of words which characterized the 
scholarship of the last generation of commentators. 
The older commentaries were mainly grammatical; 
the newer commentaries are chiefly historical, theo- 
logical or philosophical. 3 In harmony with this later 



x See Deissmann, Bible Studies; Dalman, The Words of Jesus. 

"On the whole the best English and American series of commentaries 
is that known as the International Critical Commentary; the most recent 
work of smaller dimensions is The Century Bible. 

"E. g., Ramsay on Galatians, Wellhausen on the Synoptic Gospels, the 
Abbe Loisy on St. John. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 49 

method of exegesis the Expositor's Bible may be re- 
garded as a great commentary on the Holy Scriptures, 
as well as a work of exposition. 

V, — CONTEMPORANEOUS HISTORY AND THOUGHT 

It is no longer possible for the fully equipped scribe 
who is to bring out of his treasury things new and old 
to be "a man of one book." While the center of his 
studies must be the Scriptures, he has undertaken to 
explain, his very explanation of them is largely de- 
pendent on his gleanings from other fields of learning. 
Formerly the Bible was regarded by itself in dazzling 
isolation, like a statue set on a pedestal. Now we 
discover that we can see it much better when it stands 
in its place, which is not a mere niche in the wall of 
the temple of humanity, but the central shrine of all 
history. The life and thought of the world in which 
the New Testament first appeared must not be treated 
as the mere frame of the picture, although even that 
would be something, for a suitable frame helps to show 
its contents to the best advantage. But we should 
rather think of the circumstances and setting of the 
gospel and apostolic stories as background and even 
in part foreground to the Christian revelation. It 
must be confessed that sometimes these accessories 
are painted with so much Pre-raffaelite force and 
color that there -is a danger of missing the message of 
the picture owing to the distraction of the accessories. 
A knowledge of the geography of Palestine, Eastern 
manners and customs, the state of the Roman world at 
the time of Christ, contemporary Greek philosophy, 
and a host of other matters more or less remote from 
the central theme of the New Testament, must not be 
allowed to overshadow that central theme. The pic- 



50 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

turesqueness of modern writing threatens this danger ; 
and modern writing is nothing if it is not picturesque. 
But true illustration, such as is aimed at in the Expos- 
itor's Bible, goes deeper. It does not detract from the 
interest of the New Testament itself by the mere- 
tricious charms of the surroundings, a materializing 
and secularizing of the sacred and spiritual of which 
some of the most popular modern Lives of Christ are 
guilty. On the contrary, it seeks to throw light on 
the New Testament itself, explaining obscurities, vivi- 
fying what had not been fully realized before, setting 
the whole picture before us in warm colors of life. 
Used in this way the fruits of the Palestine Exploration 
Fund prove to be of great value. Then scholars of con- 
temporary Jewish life and thought have enabled 
us to see more clearly the actual condition of the people 
among whom Jesus lived, 1 and those who have been 
investigating the history and archaeology of the Roman 
Empire of this period have enabled us to see much 
more clearly how the Apostles carried out their wider 
mission, how the first churches were founded in the 
larger world, and how the primitive Christian life was 
lived in the midst of pagan surroundings. 2 

VI. — LIFE AND HISTORY OF THE EARLY CHURCH 

Making use of such materials as have been indicated 
above, several scholars have been attempting the 
difficult task of writing the Life of Christ, 3 and several 
also the more manageable work of giving an account 
of the history of Apostolic times. Here we see that 

1 See especially Schurer, The Jewish People in the Time of Jesus 
Christ; Edersheim, Jesus the Messiah; Bousset, Die Religion Des Juden- 
tums; Volz, Judische Eschatolagie. 

•See Mommsen, Provinces of the Roman Empire; Ramsay, The 
Church in the Roman Empire, &c. 

'E. g., Geikie, Farrar, Edersheim, Stalker, Didon, &c, in popular 
works; Keim, Weiss, Sanday (Dictionary of the Bible), Bruce (Encyclo- 

padia BibHca), Oscar Holtemann, &c., in critical studies. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 51 

the destructive criticism which made havoc of history 
under the hands of the famous "Tubingen school" has 
been almost entirely superseded by constructive efforts 
which have brought out the circumstances of primitive 
times with remarkable clearness. The learned, sober 
studies of Hort in England 1 , as well as the writings of 
Prof. Ramsay already referred to; the brilliant 
work of Weizsacker 2 in Germany; the histories of 
McGiffert, 3 of the school of Harnach, and of Prof. 
Bartlet, a singularly judicious and discerning writer,* 
are among the most prominent contributions to a right 
understanding of the events of the Apostolic times. 
Indeed, it is not too much to say that the research and 
criticism of recent days have brought us face to face 
with the primitive age of Christianity in a manner 
never attainable during any of the intermediate ages. 
It is as though we of the twentieth century had gained 
a height from which we could look across the inter- 
vening centuries, many of which lie wrapped in mist, 
and see clear and sharp against the horizon the blue 
hills of the wonderful first century. 

VII. — NEW TESTAMENT THEOLOGY 

Of all the contributions to the study of the Scriptures 
with which research, scholarship and thought have 
enriched our age, none are more fruitful than those which 
belong to the province of Biblical Theology. Strange 
as it may appear, while the Bible has been the final 
authority appealed to in the teaching of dogmatic 
Theology all down the ages, Biblical Theology is a new 
science, undreamed of by all but comparatively recent 



*See The Christian Ecclesia and Judaistic Christianity. 
a See Apostolic Times. 
"Christianity in the Apostolic Age. 
*The Apostolic Age. 



52 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

scholars. The old method was to start with a proposi- 
tion, a thesis, a dogma, and then hunt through the Bible 
for proof texts. This was the method of the one 
supremely great work in Systematic Theology which 
Protestantism has produced — Calvin's Institutes. The 
great reformer first states his dogma and then proceeds 
to marshal texts in proof of it, following this process by 
a refutation of objections and an explaining away of 
apparently adverse texts. You can prove anything in 
that way This vicious method accounts for the fact that 
all the wildest heresies and extravagances of fanaticism, 
as well as all the great mutually opposed systems of 
Divinity that have appeared in Christendom, have been 
able to appeal triumphantly to Scripture in proof of their 
contentions. Such a confusion of results should have 
been accepted as the reductio ad absurdum of the method. 
But now the new process of the study of Biblical 
Theology follows a more modest but more scientific 
method. It does not start with any dogma which it seeks 
to prove ; it even dispenses with the "working hypothesis" 
which science admits to be legitimate. It is wholly in- 
ductive. Its aim is simply to discover what the Scriptures 
teach, no matter whether this should turn out to be 
favorable to preconceived notions or the reverse. In 
pursuit of this object it seeks to divest the mind of a mass 
of irrelevant and distracting notions, the accumulation of 
ages of Christian thinking and controversy, and work its 
way back to the times in which the several books were 
written, viewing them in the atmosphere of their origin. 
It approaches each book rather from what went before 
than from what came after, seeing that a thing is usually 
conditioned by its antecedents, but never by its sequels. 
Then it segregates the writings of each school or class of 
teachers, and further the specific teaching of each writer. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 53 

Lastly, it endeavors to discover the teaching of each book 
in its entirety and also in its individuality. These points 
were touched upon in the opening of this section of the 
Introduction; they need to be treated rather more 
explicitly before we close because they enter into the 
more valuable characteristics of the Expositor's Bible. 

The application of this new method of Biblical 
Theology to the New Testament has been delightfully 
fruitful in results. First and foremost come the studies 
in the teachings of Jesus with which the Christian thought 
of our age has been revivified. The now familiar phrase 
"back to Christ" has been nowhere better illustrated than 
in the course of these studies. It has now become possi- 
ble to know to a considerable extent what was the actual 
teaching of the Master detached from the subsequent 
teaching of the disciples ; and such knowledge must be 
welcomed as of supreme importance even if we allow that 
the disciples were authorized and inspired teachers com- 
missioned by Christ Himself to carry on the revelation 
of Christian truth by means of the illumination of the 
Holy Spirit with which they were endowed. Every loyal 
servant of Christ must attach primary importance to the 
position, the action, the sufferings and the very words 
of his Lord and Master. The teachings of Jesus form 
the most valuable part of every book that deals at all 
adequately with New Testament Theology as a whole; 1 
but they are also discussed in works wholly devoted to 
this great subject. 2 One interesting report which has been 
brought out with peculiar force both by Beyschlag and 
by Wendt is the essential harmony between our Lord's 



*See especially works on this subject by Weiss, Stevens, Beyschlag, 
Bovon (French), Holtzmann (German); Wernle, Beginnings of Chris- 
tianity. 

"See Wendt, Horton, on The Teachings of Jesus; Tohn Watson, The 
Mind of the Master; Bruce, The Kingdom of Cod, and The Training of 
the Twelve. 



54 THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 

teaching in the synoptic gospels and that in John. Special 
attention has lately been given the teaching of Christ 
about Himself, and in particular to the meaning of the 
title, "the Son of Man." 1 There has also been much dis- 
cussion about the teaching of Jesus in the gospels con- 
cerning the last things, and Dr. Charles, the greatest 
authority on this subject, has set forth the view that 
Jewish eschatological notions are here blended with the 
original teachings of Jesus, while others think that our 
Lord's teachings about the Destruction of Jerusalem have 
been confused with His teachings about the end of the 
world and the final judgment. 2 

The teachings of St. Paul, the greatest theologian of 
the primitive church, and indeed of all ages, have received 
searching investigation during recent years. They are 
discussed with much fullness in the books on New Testa- 
ment Theology as a whole that have been already referred 
to ; and valuable works have been devoted to the exclusive 
study of them. The prejudiced views of Baur having 
been to a great extent demolished, Pfleiderer, also of 
"the left wing" of criticism, produced a powerful work, 3 
in which the ideas of the Apostle were subjected to a keen 
but not very sympathetic analysis. August Sabatier * 
contributed a brilliant study to the development of the 
ideas of the Apostle in the course of his writings which 
were taken in historical order; and he was followed by 
the more cautious exposition of Prof. Stevens. 
Other extremely useful writings on this most fruitful 
theme have appeared from time to time, as well as special 
monographs of Johannine Theology. 5 

1 See Driver, Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible, article, "Son of Man." 
"See Charles, Jewish and Christian Bschatology; and for the latter 
view, Muirhead, The Eschatology of Jesus. 
3 Paulinism. 
*Saint Paul. 
'See Stevens on this subject, and the teachings of St. James. 



INTRODUCTION TO NEW TESTAMENT 55 

The result of all these studies is that we have now a 
storehouse of collected information concerning the 
specific teachings of the several parts of the New Testa- 
ment, such as no scholarship of previous ages had 
attempted, because the historical method on which it is 
all based was not practised until recently. Much of this 
storehouse was at the disposal of the writers of the 
Expositor's Bible, and many of its treasures will be 
found in their volumes, while perhaps it is not too much 
to hope that these volumes themselves will be welcomed 
as valuable original contributions to the same supremely 
important study — the study of the mind of Christ and the 
thought of His Apostles. Walter F. Adeney. 

Manchester, March, 1905. 



COMPLETE INDEX 

TO THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 
TOPICAL AND TEXTUAL 



By S. G. AYRES, B.D. 
Librarian of Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, New Jersey 



PREFATORY NOTE 

The value of work like that which follows requires no 
argument to prove its worth. An unindexed book is like 
an unexplored continent. It may contain streams of 
thought which might be sources of power if known. Dia- 
monds and gold may there be hidden away. The index is 
the explorer's chart to the undiscovered country. The 
great stores of a work like The Expositor's Bible are 
not realized until they are tabulated in an index. The 
chemistry of thought has produced many a gem for this 
great work. This index will show where they are. The 
compiler has endeavored to make a complete, compre- 
hensive, and practical index to this series. The index is 
by subjects, texts, and authors quoted. 

It has given me great pleasure to know in this inti- 
mate way what The Expositor's Bible contains. If 
this work shall help others to the same knowledge, the 
labor involved is worth while. 

Drew Theological Seminary. S. G. Ayres. 

April, 1905. 



HOW TO USE THE INDEX 

As an illustration of the method by which to use the 
subject index, take the first topic, Aaron. The reference 
to Aaron and his sons will be found in the volume 
"Numbers" of The Expositor's Bible, page 32. 

A good illustration of the way to use the textual part 
of the index is found in John XYII, 19. Of course the 
main treatment will be found in its proper place in Vol. 
II of the Gospel of John by Dr. Dods ; but we find a refer- 
ence in the volume on Leviticus, page 57 ; in that con- 
taining Ephesians, page 369 ; in that on the Epistles of 
Peter, page 151. The reader will find that these will aid 
in acquiring a more complete understanding of the text 
studied. The inter-relation of the Old and New Testa- 
ments will be the better noted. It has been thought that 
less trouble will be caused the reader by having the texts 
included with the subjects under one index. 

Where a book of the Bible is contained in more than 
one volume, although possibly bound, the two volumes in 
one, the reference, for example, under Acts VII, verse 
49, to Isaiah II, £37, would be found on page 287 of the 
second volume of Isaiah. 



INDEX TO 
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE 



AARON and his sons, Numbers, 32. 

and Moses meet, Exodus, 87. 

begins the Tabernacle service, 

Leviticus, 219. 

Character of, Numbers, 29. 

■ Close of his life, Numbers, 235. 

complains of the marriage of 

Moses, Numbers, 137. 

Consecration of, Leviticus, 181. 

Consecration of, Hebrews, 185. 

Intercession of, Numbers, 207. 

Priesthood of, Hebrews, 79, 

128. 

Rod of, Numbers, 198, 207. 

suggested as Moses' Helper, 

Exodus, 74. 
AARONITES, Support of the, 

Numbers, 25. 
ABBA, Genesis, 165, Galatians, 

254- 

ABBOTT, Dr. Ezra, Biblical Es- 
says, Acts II., 12, 43. 

ABECEDARIANS, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 70. 

ABEL, Genesis, 28-41. 

compared with Christ, Genesis, 

40, 41. 

Faith of, Genesis, 35, 36; He- 
brews, 223-225. 

ABERCIUS, St., Acts I., VI. 

ABGAR, King, Acts II., 53. 

ABIATHAR deposed, Kings, no, 
in. 



ABIEZER, Conversion of, Judges 

159- 
ABIGAIL, wife of Nabal,I. Samuel, 

384, II. Samuel, 39. 

marries David, I. Samuel, 388. 

ABIHU, Strange fire ofNadaband, 

Leviticus, 237-255; Numbers, 

29. 

ABIJAH, son of Jeroboam. 

Sickness and death of, I. Kings, 

302-308. 

ABIJAH, king of Judah, I. Kings, 
^ 318-321; Chronicles, 325-337. 

ABIMELECH, Judges, 210-223. 

ABIRAM, Dathan and, Numbers, 
195, 205. 

ABISHAG, the Shunemite, I. 
Kings, 62, 106; Songs of Solo- 
mon, 4. 

ABISHAI, II. Samuel, 245, 345. 

ABOMINABLE, Altogether be- 
come, Peter, 313-324. 

ABNER assassinated by Joab, II. 
Samuel, 52. 

sets up Ishbosheth, II. Samuel, 

23- 

wars against David, II. Sam. 

uel, 26-49. 

ABRAHAM and the " cities of the 
plain," Genesis, 186-197. 

and Ishmael, Genesis, 147-158, 

212-225. 

-and Melchizedek, Hebrews, 



61 



62 



ABRAHAM— A CTS 



ABRAHAM, Blessings of, Gala- 

tians, 180-188. 

The call of. Genesis, 81-95. 

Change of name, Genesis, 165. 

Faith of, Job, 27; Hebrews, 

223. 
Friend of God, James.. 160, 

162. 
— — God's covenant with, Genesis, 

134-146. 

God's oath to, Hebrews, 101. 

in Egypt, Genesis, 96-107. 

intercedes for Sodom, Genesis, 

172-185. 
Justification of, Romans, 103- 

109, 117-12;. 

Legend of, Daniel, 44. 

■ — -Lot's separation from, Gen- 
esis, 108-120. 

Promise to, Hebrews, 9. 

— —purchases Macphelah, Genesis, 

226-239. 

rescues Lot, Genesis, 1 21-133. 

sacrifices Isaac, Genesis, 19S- 

211. 

Seed of, Hebrews, 45. 

ABSALOM and Amnon, II. Samuel, 

193-204; I. Kings, 76. 

Balaam like, Numbers, ^22. 

■ banished and brought back, 

II. Samuel, 205-216; I. Kings, 

77- 

Burial of, II. Samuel, 2^. 

David flees before, II. Samuel, 

229-252. 

David's grief for, II. Samuel, 

277-2S8. 

Defeat and death of, II. Sam- 
uel, 265-276. 

■ in Council, II. Samuel, 253-264. 

■ Pride of, II. Samuel, 211. 



ABSALOM, Revolt of, II. Samuel, 
217-22S; I. Kings, 79. 

Samson like, Judges, 286. 

ABSOLUTION, Forms of, James, 
342- 

ABSTINENCE, Pledge of. Num- 
bers, 60. 

ACCADIAN PSALMS, Job, 3. 
ACCEPTANCE of God's forgive- 
ness, Genesis, 3S. 

of offering and offerer. Gene- 
sis. 35. 

The one waj- of Divine, Ro- 
mans, 90-99. 

ACHAIA, The province, Acts II., 
326. 

ACHAN, Punishment of. Toshua, 
177-188. 

Trespass of, Joshua, 165-176. 

ACHILLES TATIUS, ACTS II., 

367- 
ACHISH, king of Gath, I. Samuel, 

336-340, 396-403- 
ACHSAH, Tudges, 21. 
ACOIMETAE.or watching monks, 

Acts II., 176. 
ACTA SANCTORUM. Acts L, in, 

162; II., 56, 141, 200, 213, 

247- 
ACTION a primal necessity, 

Judges, 295. 

ACTS, The book, Apocryphal, 
Acts I., 2. 

Inspiration of, Acts I., 28. 

not by Paul, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 360-362. 

not by Titus. Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 207. 

Object of the first part of, 

Acts I., 346. 

Origin and authority, Acts I., 

1-22. 

Title, Acts I., 1. 



ACTS I.— ACTS VII. 



63 



ACTS I., i, Romans, 275. 

2, 9, Mark, 444. 

4, 5, Galatians, 253. 

7, Daniel, 151; Romans, 363; 

Galatians, 247. 

8, Leviticus, 216; Matthew, 67 ; 

Hebrews, 269. 

n, Romans, 313, 362; Peter, 

164; John Epistles, 82. 

13, James, 26, 28; John 

Epistles, 6. 

i4,Ephesians, 423; James, 35, 

374; Peter, 108. 

15, Matthew, 441. 

17, Peter, 237. 

19, Luke, 3. 

John Epistles, 125. 

ACTS II., Leviticus, 461. 

5-1 1 James, 51. 

10, Romans, 3. 

16-21, Revelation, 105. 

17, 18, Ephesians, 357. 

19, Peter, 340. 

22, Peter, 183. 

23, 24, Mark, 427; Romans, 

237; Peter, 8; Revelation, 202. 

27, John Epistles, 309. 

29, I. Kings, 103; Chronicles, 

144. 

■ 30, II. Samuel, 107; Chroni- 
cles, 251; Hebrews, 35. 

31, Peter, 140. 

34, 35, Ephesians, 91. 

38, II. Corinthians, 52; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 287. 

44, 45, Leviticus, 396. 

ACTS III., 4, John Epistles, 6, 7. 

13, 26; Isaiah II., 287. 

14, Isaiah II., 287; James, 

285. 
16, James, 67, 116. 



ACTS III., 19-21, Leviticus, 472, 

511. 

21, Revelation, 354. 

21-25, Romans, 14. 

ACTS IV., 13, John Epistles, 7. 

19, Peter, 128. 

24, Revelation, 99. 

27-30, Isaiah II., 287; Mark, 

407. 
ACTS V., 13, John Epistles, 6. 

17, James, 198. 

24, 29; Jeremiah I., 412. 

28, John Epistles, 293. 

31, Songs of Solomon, 310. 

40, Jeremiah I., 412. 

41, James, 65, 130; Peter, 

137, 183. 
ACTS VI., 1, Peter, 165, 170. 

3, Peter, 120. 

4-6, Pastoral Epistles, 116. 

6, Pastoral Epistles, 315. 

10, James, 193. 

13, 14, Jeremiah II., 17. 

ACTS VII., 5, Colossians, 387; 

Hebrews, 216. 

6, Exodus, 198. 

20, II. Corinthians, 294. 

20, Hebrews, 239. 

22, Exodus, 73; Ephesians, 

385; Hebrews, 244. 

26, James, 251. 

37, Hebrews, 235. 

38, Peter, 173. 

42, Romans, 49. 

- — 47, Chronicles, 172. 

48, Jeremiah II., 17. 

49, Isaiah II., 460. 

52, Isaiah II., 287. 

52, James, 286, 294. 

• 53, Galatians, 217; Hebrews, 

23- 



t>4 



ACTS VII.— ACTS XIII. 



ACTS VII., 56, Daniel, 248; 

Mark, 52. 

5S, Galatians, 62. 

ACTS VIII., 1-3, Galatians, 62. 

4, Romans, 346. 

14, John Epistles, 6. 7. 

17, Pastoral Epistles, 167, 315. 

20-22, Galatians, 49. 

22. Peter, 62. 

26, Psalms III., 161; Ephe- 

sians, 239. 

28, Isaiah II., 6. 

30, Isaiah II., 287. 

39, II. Corinthians, 347. 

ACTS IX., 1, Galatians, 62; James, 

126. 

1-19, Galatians, 58. 

2. James, 48, 127. 

4, Daniel, 262. 

7, Daniel, 394. 

10-19, Galatians, 71. 

15, Romans, 12. 

16, II. Corinthians, 231. 

17, Pastoral Epistles, 315. 

19-25, Galatians, 79. 

25, Mark, 206. 

26, 27, Galatians, 81; James, 

35- 

30, Peter, 120. 

34, James, 329. 

39, 41, Pastoral Epistles, 163. 

43, Peter, 169. 

ACTS X., 2, 8, Romans, 19. 

4, Leviticus, 77. 

10, II. Corinthians, 191. 

14, Daniel, 133. 

■ 20, James, 32, 122. 

34. 35, Ezra, 22; Daniel, 323. 

38, Leviticus, 202 ; John I., 

41. 
41, 42, John Epistles, 243. 



ACTS X., 42, Peter, 183. 

43, Romans, 14. 

44, Galatians, 1 71-173. 

45, Twelve Prophets II., 428. 

47, Ephesians, 55. 

ACTS XL, 5, II. Corinthians, 191. 
8, Twelve Prophets II., 495. 

15-18, Galatians, 171, 173; 

Ephesians, 59. 

17, Galatians, 121, 204, 255. 

19, 21, Galatians, 91. 

25, 26, Galatians, 91. 

26, Peter, 169, 190. 

27-30, Galatians, 93, 102. 

28, Hebrews, 318. 

29, Peter, 120. 

ACTS XII., 2, Matthew, 240; 
James, 26. 

11, Daniel, 228. 

17, James, 26, 35. 

20, I. Kings, 152. 

20-23, Daniel, 198. 

22, 23, Daniel, 51. 

24, Peter, 58. 

33, Luke, 346. 

ACTS XIIL, 1-4, Exodus, 409; 

Romans, 434. 
2, 3, Mark, 63; Galatians, 100. 

3, Exodus, 67; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 167, 315. 

10, James, 184. 

15, Mark, 21. 

21, Joshua, 320. 

26, Ephesians, 6; Peter, 65. 

32, Ephesians, 55. 

33. Psalms I., 1, 18; Ephe- 
sians, 93. 

36, Romans, 243. 

39, Revelation, 101. 

43, 45, 46, Galatians, 100. 

47, Isaiah II., 288. 

50, Thessalonians, 163. 



ACTS XIV.— ACTS XIX. 



65 



ACTS XIV"., 4, 14, II. Corinthians, 

331; Galatians, 12; Ephe- 

bians, 239. 

11, 12, Daniel, 50. 

■ 12, Galatians, 100. 

14, 15, Daniel, 165. 

15, 17, Galatians, 267; Peter, 

49. 

17, Ephesians, 271. 

23, Pastoral Epistles, 59; 

Peter, 202. 
ACTS XV., 2, 12, Galatians, 100, 

102. 

3, Galatians, 93. 

7, Galatians, 123. 

10, Galatians, 307. 

11, Galatians, 151. 

12, II. Corinthians, 362. 

13, James, 26, 35. 

15-17, Peter, 74. 

21, James, 103. 

22, Pastoral Epistles, 394. 

23, 24, Galatians, 91, no. 

24, Philippians, 176. 

28, Galatians, 106. 

29, Daniel, 165. 

32, Peter, 230. 

36-40, Galatians, 100. 

39, Philippians, 3. 

41, Galatians, 91. 

ACTS XVI., 1-3, Galatians, 305, 

3i9- 

3, Galatians, 62. 

■ 6, Galatians, 17; Thessaloni- 

ans, 38. 

■ 6-10, Romans, 30; Peter, 229. 

9, II. Corinthians, 348 ; Gala- 
tians, 67; Pastoral Epistles, 
242. 

15, Philippians, 358; Peter, 

169. 



ACTS XVI., 17, Daniel, 179. 

23, 24, Jeremiah I., 412. 

ACTS XVII., 4, Thessalonians, 3. 

5, Romans, 434. 

6, Galatians, 329. 

7, Peter, 169. 

12, Thessalonians, 163. 

18, II. Kings, 303; Peter, 183. 

19, John Epistles, 293. 

22-31, Galatians, 267. 

26, Chronicles, 49; Daniel, 28, 

151; Ephesians 28; Thessa- 
lonians, 187. 

27, John Epistles, 107. 

28, Pastoral Epistles, 224. 

29, Exodus, 296. 

30, I. Kings, 101; Galatians, 

258; Ephesians, 269. 

ACTS XVIII., 2, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 414. 

9, II. Corinthians, 348; Gala. 

tians, 67. 

18, Leviticus, 551; Galatians, 

320; John Epistles, 18. 

22, 23, Galatians, 91, 132, 

327- 

25, Ephesians, 277. 

26, Romans, 427; Peter, 108. 

ACTS XIX., 1-7, Ephesians, 277. 

6, Pastoral Epistles, 167, 315. 

10, Ephesians, 15. 

13-20, Pastoral Epistles, 383. 

15, Luke, 155. 

18, 19, Ephesians, 342. 

——19, 20, John Epistles, 21. 
20, Peter, 58; John Epistles, 

15- 

21, Romans II. 

22, Pastoral Epistles, 415. 

24, 38, John Epistles, 18. 

26, 27, John Epistles, 275, 303. 



C6 



A CTS XIX.— A CTS OF PA UL 



ACTS XIX., 29, John Epistles, 
301. 

33, Pastoral Epistles, 413. 

34, Pastoral Epistles, 394. 

55, Pastoral Epistles, 84. 

ACTS XX., 2, 6, Philippians, 4. 

4, Romans, 434; Ephesians, 

433; Colossians, 387; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 415. 

John Epistles, 301. 

17, Peter, 202. 

18-35, Ephesians, 277. 

28, Exodus, 175; Romans, 

261; Ephesians, 368. 

29, 30, Ephesians, 412; Thes- 

salonians, 309; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 302, 376. 

30, John Epistles, 42. 

31, Romans, 278; Ephesians, 

14; John Epistles, 19. 

ACTS XXI., 8, Ephesians, 239. 

9, Peter, 108. 

13, Romans, 419. 

15, 16, Galatians, 93. 

- — 17, James, 35; John Epistles,7. 

17-25, Galatians, 130. 

18, James, 26. 

20, 26, Galatians, 62, 320. 

21, Ephesians, 65. 

24-26, Leviticus, 551. 

27-30, Jeremiah II., 16; Gala- 
tians, 106; Ephesians, 404. 

28, 29, Ephesians, 433. 

29, Colossians, 373; Pastoral 

Epistles, 415. 

38, Galatians, 328. 

ACTS XXII., 3, Galatians, 63; 
Ephesians, 385. 

4, Pastoral Epistles, 55. 

5-16, Galatians, 58. 

6, Galatians, 311. 



ACTS, XXII., 12-21, Galatians, ;i. 

14, Pastoral Epistles, 59. 

16, Pastoral Epistles, 287. 

17, II. Corinthians, 348; Gala- 
tians, 67. 

21, Galatians, 90. 

22, Galatians, 455. 

ACTS XXIII., 2-5, Galatians, 278. 

6, Romans, 84; Galatians, 62; 

Peter, 182. 

11, Romans, 3y. 

ACTS XXIV., 15, Galatians, 311. 

20, 21, Romans, 84. 

ACTS XXVI., 5, Philippians, 186. 

6-8, Galatians, 311. 

7, Twelve Prophets II., 408; 

John Epistles, 19. 

11, James, 127. 

12-18, Galatians, 58. 

13, Revelation, 304. 

14, Jeremiah I., 95 ; Romans, 

428; Galatians, 64. 

18, Ephesians, 43, 402. 

20, Romans, 412; Galatians, 

93- 
ACTS XXVII., 1 1, Colossians, 373, 

387- 

3, John Epistles, 309. 

23, Pastoral Epistles, 242. 

24, Pastoral Epistles, 68. 

26, 29, Peter, 374. 

ACTS XXVIII., 6, Daniel, 50. 

16, Philippians, 47. 

17, Romans, 69. 

21, Galatians, 421. 

22, Philippians, 49. 

23, Daniel, 98; Romans, 15. 

28, Ephesians, 52. 

30, Pastoral Epistles, 361. 

ACTS OF PAUL AND THECLA, 

John Epistles, 91. 



ADAM—AHAZ 



67 



ADAM, Genesis, 16-27; Hebrews, 

220. 
Christ and, Romans, 143-155; 

Hebrews, 36. 
ADAM OF SAINT VICTOR, John 

Epistles, 5, 69, 78, 184. 
ADONIZAHandAbishag, I. Kings, 

105. 

Rebellion of, I. Kings, 81, 93. 

slain, I. Kings, 109. 

ADONIZEDEK, king of Jerusalem, 

Joshua, 223; Judges, 12. 
ADORAM, I. Kings, 143. 
ADORNMENT, Nature of, Pastoral 

Epistles, 251, 252. 
ADULLAM, The cave of, David in, 

I. Samuel, 341-344. 
ADULTERY, Eyes full of, Peter, 

305- 
a form of murder, Leviticus, 

426. 

Prohibition of, Exodus, 319, 

321; Leviticus, 386; Deuter- 
onomy, 95, 400; Matthew, 75. 

Spiritual, James, 227. 

ADVENTURER, The, Judges, 21 1- 

ADVICE of Samuel, I. Samuel, 
182. 

AELIUS GALLUS, James, 328. 

AENEAS, Acts II., 97- 

AESCHYLUS, Ecclesiastes, 46; 
Jeremiah I., 288; David, 224. 

AFFECTION Natural, right, 
Leviticus, 249. 

AFFLICTION, The man that hath 
seen, Song of Solomon, 180- 

193- 

AFRICA, Mission in, Thessaloni- 
ans, 157, 158. 

AFRICAN SLAVERY and Hebrew- 
compared, Exodus, 342. 



AGABUS, the Prophet, Acts II., 

162, 426, 434. 
AGAPE, The, Acts II., 399, 400; 

Ephesians, 342; James, 427, 

432; Peter, 304. 
AGAG, Numbers, 307. 
killed by Samuel, I. Samuel, 

250. 
AGASSIZ, Proverbs, 144. 
AGED, The, Beautiful life of, I. 

Kings, 61. 

Joshua the, Joshua, 250. 

Reverence for, Leviticus, 412. 

AGES OF FAITH, Joshua, 139. 
AGNOSTICISM, Judges, 346; 

Job, 117; Matthew, 164; 

Ephesians, 255; Hebrews, 235 
AGRICULTURE, Proverbs, 140, 

269. 
AGRIPPA II., Acts II., 432, 448. 
AGUR SON OF JAKEH quoted, 

Genesis, 150. 

Words of, Proverbs, 386-395. 

AHAB, King of Israel, and Ben- 

hadad, I. Kings, 451-462. 

and Elijah, I. Kings, 377-382. 

and Herod compared, Mark, 

171. 

and Jehosaphat, I. Kings, 485. 

and Jezebel, I. Kings, 347-356. 

and Naboth's vineyard, I. 

Kings, 473-483- 
and the rain, I. Kings, 399- 

403- 

Death of, I. Kings, 494, 495. 

Infatuation of, I. Kings, 462. 

AHASUERUS, Ezra, 153, 155, 

352, 361, 370, 382, 396, 399. 
AHAZ, king of Judah, II. Kings, 

260-264; Isaiah I., 98. 
Apostasies of, II. Kings, 272- 

285. 



68 



AHAZ— AMBROSE 



AHAZ, compared with Charles 
I., Isaiah, 99, 103, 113. 

Isaiah and, II. Kings, 265- 

272. 

the Judas of the Old Testa. 

ment, Isaiah I., 118. 

a wicked king, Chronicles, 200- 

220. 

AHAZIAH, king of Israel, II. 
Kings, 3-18. 

AHAZIAH, king of Judah, II. 
Kings, 102-105, 1 18-120. 

Chronicles, 399-401. 

AHIJAH of Shiloh and Jeroboam, 
I. Kings, 252-259. 

and the wife of Jeroboam, I. 

Kings, 302. 

AHIMAAZ, messenger to David, II. 
Samuel, 278. 

AHIMELECK and David, I. Sam- 
uel, 332-340; II. Samuel, 129, 

slain by Saul, I. Samuel, 346- 

353- 

AHINOAM the Jezreelitess, II. 
Samuel, 39. 

AHITHOPHEL and Absalom, II. 
Samuel, 225, 236, 256. 

counsellor of David, II. Sam- 
uel, 131; Psalm II., 32, 159. 

Suicide of, II. Samuel, 261. 

AHOLIAB, Exodus, 426 sq. 

AI, Joshua defeated at, Joshua, 

168. 

captured, Joshua, 189-200. 

ALABARCH, Acts II., 81, 153. 
ALARIC, Hebrews, 272. 
ALBINUS, James, 40. 
ALEXANDER the Coppersmith, 

Acts II., 378. 
ALEXANDER and Hymenaeus, 

Pastoral Epistles, 75, 76, 373, 

413- 



ALEXANDER the Great, Daniel- 
156; James, 163. 

and Jaddua, Daniel, 103-106. 

ALFORD, Henry, Ephesians, 439; 
Thessalonians, 74, 316; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 392; James, 32, 
399, 418; Revelation, 351. 

ALFRED the Great influenced bv 
Moses, Exodus, 262. 

ALLEGORICAL INTERPRETA- 
TION of the Song of Solomon, 
Song of Solomon, 42. 

ALMOND TREE, Fruit of, Ecclesi- 
astes, 268; Jeremiah I., 62. 

ALPHEUS, James, 27. 

ALMS-GIVING, Matthew, 80-82. 

ALTAR, The, in Judaism, Ezra, 
51; Hebrews, 323. 

ALTAR ED, Joshua, 365-375. 

ALTAR OF THE TABERNACLE, 
Exodus, 395; Joshua, 206. 

ALTUS, centurion, Acts I., no. 

AMALEK, Exodus, 252-25S: 
Numbers, 312; Joshua, 25; 
Judges, 78, 79; I. Samuel. 245 ; 
I. Samuel, 425. 

AMASA killed by Joab, II. Samuel, 
320. 

■ supersedes Joab, II. Samuel, 

292. 

AMASIS, James, 173. 

AMAZIAH the priest, and Anvs. 
Twelve Prophets I., n 5-1 20. 

AMAZIAH, king of Judah, II. 
Kings, 167-174; Chronicles, 
412-417. 

AMBITION disclaimed by Paul, 
Thessalonians, 74. 

AMBROSE, Pastoral Epistle-. 
230. 



AMEN— AMOS V 



AMEN, Eucharistic, Acts II., 31)6 ; 

James, 470. 
AMI EL, Henri Frederic, quoted, 

Job, 88, 288; John Epistles, 

15S. 
AMMIEL of Lo- debar, II. Samuel, 

249. 
AMMIANUS MARCEL LINUS, 

Acts II., 152. 
AMMONITES, Judges, 230, 240- 

245; I. Samuel, 170, 175; II. 

Samuel, 146-157; Jeremiah 

II., 242; Ezekiel, 169, 170, 

224, 226; Twelve Prophets I., 

131- 
AMNON, Absalom and, II. Samuel, 

193, 204; I. Kings, 76, 77. 
AMON, king of Judah, II. Kings, 

37^373- 
AMORITES, Numbers, 157, 253; 

Judges, 64. 
Israel defeats the, Numbers, 

255- 

AMOS the prophet and his min- 
istry, Twelve Prophets I., 106- 
120. 

and Israel, II. Kings, 193-203. 

the man and the prophet, 

Twelve Prophets I., 73-120. 

Problem left by, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 227-231. 

AMOS the Book, Twelve Prophets 
I., 61-231. 

contents, authority, etc., 

Twelve Prophets I., 61-72. 

Period of, Twelve Prophets I., 

65- 
AMOS I., 1, II. Kings, 194, 196. 

2, Jeremiah I., 76. 

3, 4, II. Kings, 142. 

6-15, II. Kings, 143. 



AMOS I., 7, 8, II. Kings, 194. 
11, II. Kings, 139, 171 ; Twelve 

Prophets II., 176. 

13, II. Kings, 221. 

AMOS II., 1, II. Kings, 37, 39, 

139; Jeremiah I, 315. 

4-8, Jeremiah II., 276. 

—5, II. Kings, 194. 

6-13, II. Kings, 194. 

7, Ezekiel, 312. 

8, Deuteronomy, 415. 

11, II. Kings, 134. 

14, Psalms III., 407. 

AMOS III., 1, Jeremiah I., 79; 

Ezekiel, 190. 
2, Leviticus, 246; II. Kings, 

198; Jeremiah II., 214; Ro- 
mans, 283. 
6, Twelve Prophets II., 137, 

316. 

8, Ezekiel, 50. 

9-15, IL Kings, 196. 

14, II. Kings, 194. 

15, I. Kings, 495. 

AMOS IV., 1, Ezekiel, 312. 

1-3, II. Kings, 218. 

1-13, II. Kings, 196. 

13, Jeremiah II., 288. 

6, II. Kings, 193. 

7, 8, II. Kings, 193. 

9, II. Kings, 193; Jeremiah I., 

180. 
10, II. Kings, 193; Jeremiah 

I., 102. 

11, II. Kings, 193, 194. 

12, II. Kings, 200. 

AMOS V., 2, Song of Solomon, 65. 

8, Jeremiah I., 233, 287. 

9, Jeremiah I., 184. 

10, Jeremiah I., 392. 

11, I. Kings, 279. 



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AMOS V.— ANGELS 



AMOS V., 15, Genesis, 212. 

18, 20, Jeremiah II.. 308; 

Peter, 328. 

19, Ecclesiastes, 242. 

■ 21-23, I- Kings, 212. 

2 j, 26, Acts I., 310. 

26, II. Kings, 256. 

AMOS VI., 1-14, II. Kings, 197. 

2, II. Kings, 191. 

4, Twelve Prophets II., 371. 

4-6, I. Kings, 279. 

• 7, Twelve Prophets II., 155. 

14, II. Kings, 191, 414. 

AMOS VII., 1, II. Kings, 193, 
197. 

4, II. Kings, 193. 

■ 9, II. Kings, 200. 

12, II. Kings, 426. 

16, Jeremiah I., 414. 

AMOS VIII., 1, II. Kings, 203. 

2, II. Kings, 217; Ezekiel, y2. 

5, Leviticus, 415 ; Numbers, 35; 

Isaiah II., 420; Jeremiah I., 
368, 370; Ezekiel, 450. 

7, Jeremiah I., S4. 

8, II. Kings, 194. 

9, Jeremiah I., 293. 

AMOS IX., 1-3, Revelation, 115. 

3.. Joshua, 177; I. Kings, 379. 

5, 6, Jeremiah I., 233. 

7, Jeremiah I., 126. 

9, 10, II. Kings, 203. 

11, Ezekiel, 314; Acts II., 242. 

11-15, H- Kings, 201, 203; 

Chronicles, 144; Peter, 74. 

12, James, 129. 

13, Ezekiel, 486. 

14, Jeremiah II., 329. 

AMUSEMENT QUESTION, The, 
Genesis, 22, 64, 324; Deuter- 
onomy, 195-196; Judges, 310; 



Jeremiah I., 322; I. Corinthi 

ans, 188; Pastoral Epistles, 

102. 
ANACLETUS, Pastoral Epistles, 

416. 
ANAK, Sons of, Numbers, 157; 

Joshua, 246, 247, 273. 
ANANIAS AND SAPHIRA, Acts 

I., 211-228; Pastoral Epistles, 

73- 75- 
ANANIAS OF DAMASCUS, Acts 

II., 53, 54, 55, 57- 58, 59,68. 

ANANIAS the Highpriest, Acts II., 
431, 44Q-443- 

ANARCHVin the church, Pastoral 
Epistles, yT,, 271. 

ANATHEMA, Meaning of, Exo- 
dus, 224; I. Corinthians, 398. 

of Galatians, 34-49. 

ANCYRA, Acts II., 339, 367. 

AND, Many books of the Old Tes 
tament begin with, Exodus, 1. 

ANDREE, M. Tony, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 225, 227, 229. 

ANDREW, Mark, 86; John I., 61. 

ANGEL OF JEHOVAH, Exodus, 
363; Numbers, 281. 

and Gideon, Judges, 145-148. 

and Jacob, Joshua, 133. 

and Zecharias, Luke, 26. 

announces the birth of Samson, 

Judges, 266-271. 

captain of the Lord's host, 

Joshua, 128-139. 

ANGELS, Pastoral Epistles, 138. 

and Moses, Exodus, 47. 

as emanations, Hebrews, 22. 

as witnesses, Ephesians, 173. 

assembly of, Hebrews, 301. 

in the book of Daniel, Daniel, 

67, 68. 



ANGELS— APOSTACY 



71 



—%£ 

ANGLES in the book of Zechariah, 

Twelve Prophets II., 310-319. 
Jesus Christ and the, Hebrews, 

21-46. 

Man inferior to, Hebrews, 34. 

mediators, Colossians, 233- 

238. 

Ministry of, Hebrews, 27, 316. 

Sinful, James, 408-412; Peter, 

289. 

visit Abraham, Genesis, 172. 

visit Lot, Genesis, 176, 188. 

ANGER, Proverbs, 204-207; 

Ephesians, 294-295. 
of God, Song of Solomon, 142; 

Isaiah I., 47-56. 
ANIMALS, The lower, Isaiah I., 

190-194. 
Our mediatorship to, Isaiah I., 

193- 
— — Treatment of, Deuteronomy, 

430-432. 
ANN ANUS, James, 40. 
ANNAS, Acts II., 30. 
ANOINTING OIL for the sick, 

James, 326. 
for the Tabernacle, Exodus, 

423- 

used for priests, Leviticus, 201. 

ANSELM of Canterbury, Order for 

visitation of the sick, Leviti- 
cus, 45, 46. 
ANSHAN, Isaiah II., 163. 
ANT, The, Proverbs, 83, 87, 88. 
ANTHROPOMORPHISM, Genesis, 

6o;Numbers, i69;Isaiah, 144; 

Jeremiah I., 383. 
ANTICHRIST, Thessalonians, 

317; John Epistles, 167-172. 
ANTIGONOUS, Rabbi, Ecclesias- 

tes, 294. 



ANTINOMIAN BELIEF, Acts I., 

134, II., 62; Pastoral Epistles, 

44, 49, 298, 299; Hebrews, 

148, 201. 

Results of, Exodus, 315. 

ANTIOCH-Syrian, Church of, Acts 

II., 146, 154. 

City of, Acts II., 150-153. 

Paul at, Acts II., 157. 

People and nicknames of, Acts 

II., 159. 

Synagogue of, Acts II., 155. 

Synod at, James, 360. 

ANTIOCH of Pisidia, Acts II., 

198. 
Paul at, Acts II., 206-210; 

Galatians, 129-162. 
ANTIOCHUS EPIPHANES, 

Psalms II., 349, 353, 400; 

Daniel, 13, 55, 162, 245, 261, 

299-318; Acts II., 6; Hebrews, 

264. 
AORIST, as used by John, John 

Epistles, 77. 
APHRAATES, James, 22. 
APOCRYPHA, James, 145, 156, 

204, 424. 

Jude's use of, James, 424. 

■ Value of the, James, 76-79. 

APOCRYPHAL ACTS, Acts II., 2. 
APOCRYPHAL GOSPELS, Acts 

L, 79- 
APPOLINARIAN HERESY, Acts 

I., 124. 
APPOLLONIUS OF TYANA, 

John Epistles, 189. 
APOLLOS,Acts II., 341-343, 347 5 

I. Corinthians 34; Pastoral 

Epistles, 203, 208, 214. 
APOSTASY, Hebrews, 95. 



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A POS TLE—A RMO UR 



APOSTLE, Meaning of. Acts II., 
83, 84, 193; Galatians, 12. 

Paul's claim to be an, Colos- 

sians, 9. 

The sign of an, II. Corinthians, 

224-236. 

The title, Acts I., 348; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 69, 70. 

APOSTLES' CREED, Acts I., 417. 

APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTIONS, 
Acts I., 201; Acts II., 344; 
Pastoral Epistles, 125, 156, 
232. 

APPEARANCES deceitful, I. Sam- 
uel, 258; II. Samuel, 215. 

Idolatry of, I. Samuel, 259. 

APPHIA, Colossians, 423. 

APPULEIUS, Pastoral Epistles, 
379- 

AQUILA AND PRISCILLA, Acts 
II., 322, 323. 332, 333, 337. 
341, 347; Pastoral Epistles, 
413- 4M- 

AQUILEIA, Church of. Acts II., 
247. 

AQUINAS, Thomas, John Epis- 
tles, 41. 

ARABAH wady. Numbers, 244. 

ARABIA, Isaiah I.. 277. 

Paul in. Acts II., 72-77; Gala- 
tians, 78-82. 

ARAD, King of, Numbers, 178, 
243- 

ARAM, Isaiah I., 94, 103 sq. 

ARATUS, Acts II., n. 315; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 225. 

ARCHAEOLOGY, The study of 
Chronicles, 112, 113. 

ARCHIPPUS, Colossians, 407,- 
410, 425-427- 

ARCHITECTURE, Massive an- 
cient, Ezra, 92-94. 



AREOPAGUS, Court of the, Acts 
II., 309-317- 

ARETAS, Acts II., 30, 81. 

ARGUMENT FROM DESIGN and 
evolution, Genesis, 9. 

ARIAN HERESY, Acts I., 124. 

ARISTARCHUS, Colossians, 373, 
387, 388. 

ARISTIDES, Apology of, Acts I., 
IX., 400, 418, 419; II., 35, 
214, 318-320. 

ARISTOTLE, Galatians, 378; 
Pastoral Epistles, 240. 

Logic, Acts I., 132, 298. 

on friendship, Proverbs, 22~. 

on habit, Hebrews, 85. 

on locusts, Ecclesiastes, 107. 

ARK, The, The animals in, Genesis, 
56. 

where stranded, Genesis, 71. 

ARK IN THE BULRUSHES, Exo- 
dus, 31. 

ARK OF THE COYENANT, Exo- 
dus, 3yy; Numbers, 44; Jere- 
miah I., 124. 

among the Philistines, I. Sam- 
uel, 73-84. 

at the house of Obed-edom, 

II. Samuel, 89; Psalms III., 
349- 

borne before the host, Num- 
bers, 116; Joshua. 98. 

broughtto Jerusalem, II. Sam- 
uel. 84-96. 

of the Temple, I. Kings, 177- 

180. 

taken by the Philistines, I. 

Samuel, 61-72. 

ARMOUR, The Christian, Ephe- 
sians, 410-424; Colossians, 
318. 



A RN'OLD—A SS YRIA 



ARNOLD, Matthew, quoted. Job, 
95; Proverbs, 359; Ecclesias- 
tes, 300; Acts I., 151, 178; 
I. Corinthians, 334; Ephe- 
sians, 84, 126, 281; JohnEpis- 
tles, 122, 262. 

and Balaam; Numbers, 304. 

ARNOLD, Thomas, Daniel, 75; 
Acts I., 306. 

ARRIAN, James, 182. 

ART claimed for God, Numbers, 

95- 
ARTAXERXES, Ezra, no, 119, 

122, 153, 157, 194, 259, 34i- 
ARTEMAS, bishop of Lystra, Acts 

II., 213. 
ARTEMIS, see Diana. 
ARTEMISIUS, Month of, Acts II., 

362. 
ASA, king of Judah, I. Kings, 

321-326; Chronicles, 338-365- 
Jehosaphat succeeds, I. Kings, 

327- 
ASAHEL, brother of Joab, II. 

Samuel, 29. 

Death of, II. Samuel, 30. 

ASENATH, wife of Joseph, Genesis, 

37i- 

ASAPHITE PSALMS, Psalms, 
116. 

ASCENSION, The, of Christ, Mat- 
thew, 446-450; Mark, 442- 
445 ; Acts I., 43-60. 

ASCENSION OF ISAIAH, The, 
Acts I., 119. 

ASCETICISM, Pastoral Epistles, 

44, 142, 143- 
absent from the teaching of 

Christ, Matthew, 98. 
and luxury, Colossians, 249, 

250. 



ASCETICISM not to be neglected, 
Philippians, 255. 

ASHDOD, Isaiah I., 19S. 

The ark at, I. Samuel, 75. 

ASHER, the tribe. Inheritance of, 
Joshua, 322. 

Moses blessing, Deuteronomy, 

470. 

ASHTORETH, Worship of, Leviti- 
cus, 387; Jeremiah I., 155. 

ASIARCHS, Acts II., 375 -37S. 

ASSEMBLIES, Calling of, Num- 
bers, 96. 

ASSIZE COURTS, Acts II., 382. 

ASSUMPTION OF B. V MARY, 
Acts I., 68. 

ASSUMPTION OF MOSES, The, 
Acts I., 119; James, 419-423. 

ASSURANCE, Hebrews, 174. 

Paul's doctrine of Ephesians, 

113-115. 

ASSUR-BANI-PAL, Twelve Pro- 
phets II., 12, 85. 

Inscription, II. Kings, 492. 

See Asur-Bani-Pal. 

ASSYRIA, Isaiah I., 53, 92-95, 

97, 103, 122. 

and Ahaz, II. Kings, 230. 

and Azariah, II. Kings, 210, 

211. 
and Egypt, II. Kings, 251, 

276, 298. 
and Hezekiah, II. Kings, 296- 

298, 3I9-350. 

and Jehu, II. Kings, 141. 

and Joash, II. Kings, 183. 

and Menahem, II. Kings, 224. 

and the siege of Samaria, II. 

Kings, 240. 

and Syria, II. Kings, 189. 

Kings of, Table, II. Kings, 

487-489. 



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ASS YRIA—A US TIN 



ASSYRIA, Penitential Psalms of, 
Deuteronomy, 134. 

The prophets and, Twelve 

Prophets I., 44-58. 

Religion of, Deuteronomy, 

I32-I35- 

ASTROLOGY neglected, Job, 317. 

ASTRONOMY and unbelief, Psalm 
I., 72. 

ASUR-BANI-PAL, Ezra, 158; 
Daniel, 188. 

See Assur-Bani-Pal. 

ATHALIAH of Judah, II. Kings, 
146-153; Chronicles, 401, 402 

ATHANASIUS, St., Acts I., 270, 
291, 416; II., 301; James, 7, 
16, 369; John Epistles, 283, 
302. 

ATHEISM of force and fear, Isaiah 
I., 168-178. 

a product of the city, Jere- 
miah I., 189. 

unknown to Israel, Proverbs 

11, 18. 

ATHENAGORAS, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 125. 

apology, Acts II., 282. 

ATHENS, Church of, Acts II., 321. 

— Paul at, Acts II., 305-321. 

Topography of, Acts II., 312. 

ATHLETE, Hebrews, 194. 

as a type of Christian, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 348-349. 

ATONEMENT, Exodus, 379; 
Ephesians, 318-320. 

An aspect of, Proverbs, 362- 

374- 

the center of Christianity, Gala- 

tians, 25. 

Christ's, Hebrews, 38. 

Extent of the, John Epistles, 

102-105. 



ATONEMENT for omissions, 
Numbers, 184. 

Great day of, Leviticus, 256- 

263, 463; Numbers, 356; I. 
Kings, 188; Hebrews, 296. 

meaning of, Proverbs, 362- 

371; Romans, 142. 

Missions and the, John Epis- 
tles, 1 06- 1 1 6. 

Sacrificial, Ezekiel, 476-484. 

Theory of substitution, I. 

Kings, 203. 

The word, Leviticus, 45. 

ATTALIA, Acts II., 201, 276. 

AUGUSTINE, St., John I., 331; 
Romans, 100; Galatians, 154; 
Ephesians, 240; Pastoral 
Epistles, 229, 37^; Hebrews, 
142; John Epistles, 41, 62, 
148, 177, 181. 

and the law, Exodus, 277. 

Christ in the storm, Mark, 

137- 

City of God, Ezekiel, 497; 

Twelve Prophets II., 157. 

Confessions, Song of Solomon, 

237; Acts II., 29, 286; Ro- 
mans, 233, 373; Thessaloni- 
ans, 187; John Epistles, 112, 
144. 

Letters, Acts I., 195, 242, 

386; II., 398, 401; James, 4. 

on the resurrection, Mark, 335. 

on seeing God, Exodus, ^7^. 

use of heathen learning, Exo- 
dus, 195. 

AURELIUS VICTOR, Acts II., 
163. 

AURICULAR CONFESSION, 
James, 336, 340. 

AUSTIN, St., John Epistles, 116. 



A UTHOKIT Y—A ZA ZEL 



75 



AUTHORITY, Divine origin of, 

Pastoral Epistles, 273-275. 

of Christ, Ephesians, 375. 

of our High-priest, Hebrews, yy. 

The question of, Colossians, 

174. 
AUTHORS possess a variety in 

style, Joshua, 16, 17. 
AUSTRALIAN, The native, not 

without ideas of morality, 

Deuteronomy, 89. 



AUTHORITY rejected, Genesis, 

8? 
AVARICE, Dangers of, Pastora. 

Epistles, 196-198. 
AZARIAH, I. Kings, 141. 
AZARIAH, king of Judah, II. 

Kings, 209-214; Chronicles, 

418-424. 
AZAZEL, Leviticus, 264-276; 

Numbers, 355; I. Kings, 210; 

James, 411. 



BAA L-PEOR— BALAAM 



B 



BAAL-PEOR, Judges, 5 1 ; Psalms 

III., 147- 

Festival of, Numbers, 314. 

BAAL-WORSHIP and Elijah, I. 

Kings, 383-39S. 

extirpated, II. Kings, 131-145. 

BAAL-ZEBUT, Ahaziah worships, 

II. Kings, 8-10. 
BAALS, The, Numbers, 295; 

Judges, 51. 52. 

names from, I. Kings, 350. 

BAANAHAND RECHAB, II. Sam- 
uel, 58-60. 
BAASHA, king of Israel, I. Kings, 

310. 
BABYLON, Isaiah I., 93, 201, 

405-415; IL, 55, 189-204. 
Call to leave, Isaiah II., 211, 

396. 
Captivity in, Psalms III., 370- 

375; Ecclesiastes, 32-43. 

Isaiah I., 201, 402. 

Capture of, Isaiah II., 146. 

compared with Rome, Isaiah 

II., 189-199. 

Cruelty of, Isaiah II., 201. 

Earl_\- history of, Isaiah II., 

192. 
The fall of, Revelation, 303- 

315- 
in the modern world, Isaiah 

II., 200sq. 

its pride, Isaiah II. , 191. 

Jeremiah and, Jeremiah II., 

258-263. 
Jews return from, Ezra, 36-47. 



BABYLON, Meaning of the name, 
Isaiah II. , 191. 

of John, Revelation, 274-276. 

Persian period in, Ecclesiastes, 

43-66. 

Religion of, Isaiah II., 193. 

Ruin of, Isaiah II., 199-204. 

yields to Cyrus, Isaiah II., 193. 

BABYLONIA, Ancient civilization 
of, Genesis, 84. 

described, Isaiah II. , 53. 

History of, Isaiah II., 107, 

146. 

BACON, Lord Francis, Proverbs, 
16, 230. 

BAETHGEN, Friedrich, Psalms I., 
151, 158, 166, 178, 219; IL, 
16, 59, 75, 105, 127, 228, 
261, 290, 295, 311, 353, 360, 
363, 377, 427, 502; III., 17, 
30', 88, 91, 120, 181, 201, 233, 
294, 372, 398, 407, 421,460. 

BAGEHOT, Walter, Isaiah I., 109; 
IL, 199. 

BAILEY, Philip James, Festus 
quoted, Job, 290. 

BALAAM and Balak, Numbers, 
288. 

as an illustration, Peter, 307. 

Character of, Joshua, 259, 269. 

critical, Numbers, 283. 

End of, Numbers, 320. 

First parable of, Numbers, 292. 

Fourth parable of, Numbers, 

309- 
his error, Numbers, 273, 



BALAAM— BA THSHEBA 



BALAAM, his knowledge of 
Jehorab, Numbers, 267; re- 
fuses to go to Moab, Numbers, 
268. 

like Absalom, Numbers, 322. 

Name of, Numbers, 262. 

Prayer of, Numbers, 296. 

Reputation of, Numbers, 261. 

Second parable of, Numbers, 

300. 

Third parable of, Numbers, 

305- 

used by Jude, James, 442-449. 

BALAK and Balaam, Numbers, 

288. 

bewildered, Numbers, 305. 

his sacrifices, Numbers, 290. 

in anxiety, Numbers, 261. 

BALBILLUS, John Epistles, 19. 
BALJON, II. Corinthians, 134. 
BALM OF GILEAD, Jeremiah I., 

186-188. 
BAN, Cherem the word for, Deuter- 
onomy, 169-171; Galatians, 

44. 
Law of the, Leviticus, 554- 

558; Deuteronomy, 168-201. 
BAPTISM, Pastoral Epistles, 284- 

293; Hebrews, 87, 186, 240. 
Buried with Christ in, Colos- 

sians, 205-208. 

Formula of, Acts II., 345. 

of Christ, Matthew, 31-38; 

Mark, 6-13. 
— -of Cornelius, Acts II., 140. 
of the Ethiopian Eunuch, Acts 

I., 416. 

of John, Luke, 96. 

of John, whence was it? Mark, 

3IO-3I7- 
of Paul, Acts II., 72-77. 



BAPTISM, preached by Peter, 

Acts I., 137-146. 
Red Sea passage a type of, 

Pastoral Epistles, 289. 
BARAK, Judges, 98-sq. 
— — agreement with Deborah, 

Judges, 140. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 26. 

BARCLAY, Robert, Acts II., 122. 
BARCOCHBA, Acts I., 157. 
BARNABAS, Acts II., 7, 8, 81, 

r 55> 258; Galatians, 91 and 

Paul; Acts I., 218-221; II., 

248-251. 

Early life of, Acts I., 216, 218. 

Epistle of, James, 18, 23, 76. 

BARONIUS, Caesar, Annals, Acts 

IF, 259. 
BARTIMAEUS healed, Mark, 295- 

298. 
BARTOLOCCI, William, Bibl. 

Rabbin, Acts II., 13. 
BARUCH, The recorder, II. Kings, 

426. 
BARUCH, son of Neriah, Jeremiah 

L, 36; H-, 33, 37, 54-62. 
BARZILLAI, the Gileadite, II. 

Samuel, 249. 
David and, II. Samuel, 301- 

313- 
BASHAN reduced, Numbers, 255. 
BASILIDES, Pastoral Epistles, 8, 

42. 
BASNAGE, Jacob, History of the 

Jews, Acts IF, 13, 19. 
BATHSHEBA and Adonijah, I. 

Kings, 107. 

and David, II. Samuel, 162 sq. 

and the succession of Solomon, 

I. Kings, 85. 
became the wife of David, II. 

Samuel, 170. 



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BA THSHEBA—BEROEA 



BATHSHEBA, name not in Chron- 
icles, Chronicles, 147. 

BAUDISSIN, W. W. F., Isaiah II., 
463; Twelve Prophets II., 483. 

BAUR, F. C, Acts II., 1 ; II. Cor- 
inthians, 117; Galatians, 125; 
Ephesians, 4; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 8, 10, 12, 2,y, James, 
138, 140. 

BAXTER, R., Acts I., 134, 137. 

BAYET, C, De Titulis Attica 
Christ, Acts II., 308, 321. 

BEATITUDES, The, Matthew, 58- 
69. 

See Sermon on the Mount. 

BEAUTY, moral and aesthetic, 
Deuteronomy, 104. 

BECK, J. T., Ephesians, 103, 107. 

BEDE, Venerable, Eccles. Hist., 
Acts I., 294; James, 6, 8, 84, 
103, 153, 172* 267, 268, 282, 
285, 33i, 35i- 

BEELZEUB, Jesus Christ and, 
Mark, 91-95. 

BEET, J. A., II. Corinthians, 95, 
137,151; 233; Galatians, 143, 
309, 328; Ephesians, 4, 66, 

99, 345- 

BEETHOVEN, Ludwig Von, 
Funeral march of, Exodus, 387. 

BELLARMINE, Robert F- R., 
James, 338. 

BELLS on highpriests robe, Levit- 
icus, 196. 

BELSHAZZAR, Isaiah II., 113, 
Daniel, 54, 203-217. 

BENAIAH, II. Samuel, 345; I. 
Kings, 87. 

slays Adonijah, I. Kings, 109. 

slays Joab, I. Kings, 113. 

slays Shimei, I. Kings, 114. 



BENE-KEDEM, Job, 23. 
BENEDICTION, The Apostolic, 

Hebrews, 329. 
The double, of the Tabernacle, 

Leviticus, 231. 
BENEDICTUS, The, Luke, 28, 42- 

44. 
BENEDICTUS, The lesser, Luke, 

36-39- 

BENGEL, J. A., II. Corinthians, 
121, 155, 179, 235, 310,311, 
318, 350; Galatians, 148; 
Ephesians, 322; Thessaloni- 
ans, 1 17; Hebrews, 100; James, 
115, 285, 325, 418; JohnEpis- 
tles, 21, 105, 119, 181, 219. 

BENHADAD and Ahab, I. Kings, 
451-472. 

and the siege of Samaria, II. 

Kings, 76-86. 

BENHADAD III., II. Kings, 183. 

BENJAMIN, Jacob and, Genesis, 

405- 

Joseph and, Genesis, 388. 

BENJAMIN, the tribe, Inheritance 
of, Joshua, 316-319. 

Moses blesses, Deuteronomy, 

467. 

BENT, J. T., Acts II., 374. 

BENTLEY, Sir Richard, John Epis- 
tles, 137, 240. 

BENZINGER, J., Ezekiel, 407. 

BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, 
Song of Solomon, 43; Acts II., 
417; Romans, 75; Peter, 66; 
John Epistles, 71, 115, 154, 
203. 

BERNARDINE A PICONIO, Ephe- 
sians, 194. 

BERNICE, Acts II., 432, 448. 

BEROEA, Acts II., 296, 302. 



BETHEL— BLOOD 



79 



BETHEL, Jacob at, Genesis. 282. 
BETHHORON, Battles at, 

Joshua, 319. 

Battles of, Joshua, 223 235. 

BETHLEHEM, Judges, 364, 386; 

I. Samuel, 254, 272. 

Christ born in, Luke, 62. 

lacking in hospitality, Genesis, 

175- 

BETHSHEAN, Joshua, 303. 

BETHSHEMESH, Ark at, I. Sam- 
uel, 81-82. 

Curiosity of the men of, I. 

Samuel, 82. 

BEVERIDGE, William, Acts I., 1 34. 

BEYSCHLAG, Willibald, James, 
60. 

BEZA, Ephesians, 15, 275; James, 
159, 222, 387, 418, 432,454, 

457- 
BEZALEEL, Exodus, 426 sq. 
BIAS, the sage, James, 173. 
BIBLE, The, Accuracy of the, 

Jeremiah I., 177. 
the bread of life, Deuteronomy, 

213, 214. 

its character, Proverbs, 382. 

not a fetish, I. Kings, 4. 

nothing in it without purpose, 

Joshua, 376. 

Statements of, Numbers, 281. 

Study of, Joshua, 64-66. 

Universality of the, Job, 17. 

the word of God, Numbers, 163. 

BIBLE HISTORY, the history of 

Redemption, Genesis, 28. 
BIGOTRY of Zophar, Job, 244. 
BILDAD, Bitterness of, Job, 216. 

Character of, Job, 102. 

his first speech, Job, 135. 

second speech, Job, 215. 



BINGHAM, Richard, Antiquities, 

Acts I., 67, 386; II., 176, 396; 

John Epistles, 170. 
BISHOPS, Origin of, Acts II., 

416-418. 
BITHIAH, Chronicles, 76. 
BITTERNESS of soul, Proverbs, 

194. 
BLAMELESS, Christians to be, 

Philippians, 143. 

BLANDINA, Pastoral Epistles, 
257. 

BLASPHEMY, Penalty of, Levit- 
icus, 480-486. 

BLESSED in the Psalms, Psalms 
I., 2; II., 436, 445, 447. 

They who bless are, Peter, 

119-132. 

BLESSING OF MOSES, Deuter- 
onomy, 460-470. 

BLESSINGS OF GOD, Hebrews, 
89. 

Catalogue of, Psalms III., 430. 

dwelling with Him, Psalms II., 

250. 

The meaning of the, Genesis, 

of Aaron, Numbers, 67. 

of Moses, Numbers, 116. 

Spiritual and temporal, 

Joshua, 126. 
willingly bestowed, Genesis, 

248. 
BLOMFIELD, Bishop, Acts II., 

229. 
BLOOD of the Passover, Exodus, 

189, 190. 
The plague of, Exodus, 129- 

132. 

Prohibition of, Leviticus, 99. 

Revenge, Numbers, 400. 

Sprinkling of, Leviticus, 136. 



30 BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST—BRITISH ASSOCIATION 



BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST cries 
for pardon. Genesis, 39. 

See Atonement. 

BOASTING, Foolish, II. Corin- 
thians, 325-341. 

BOAZ, Judges, 389-416. 

BOCHIM. Judges, 35 44. 

BODENSTEIN, Andrew Rudolph, 
James, 24. 

BODY and the Christian life, Phil- 
ippians, 310-314. 

and spirit, Exodus, 105. 

compare with society, I. Corin- 
thians, 283. 

for the Lord, I. Corinthians, 

152-155- 
influences the higher nature, 

Exodus, 320. 
The spiritual, in the resurrec- 
tion, I. Corinthians, 371-386. 
to be kept under, I. Samuel, 

55; I. Corinthians, 223. 
BOECKH, Augustus, Corpus In- 

scriptionum Craecarum, Acts 

II., 205, 27S, 300, 363, 366. 
BOEHME. Jacob, on the Divine 

shining, Numbers, 69. 
BOETHIUS quoted, Job, 2S8. 
BOILS, The plague of, Exodus, 

144-146. 
BOLLANDISTS, Acts I., in, 162; 

Pastoral Epistles, 248. 
BONDAGE, Return to spiritual, 

Galatians, 256-271. 
"BOOK OF THE DEAD," Job, 

213- 
BOOK OF ENOCH, Acts I., 25, 
28, 119; James, 409, 432- 

447- 
BOOK OF JUBILEES, Acts I., 

25, 28. 



BOOK OF THE LAW found by 
Hilkiah, II. Kings, 386, 399- 
401. 

BOOTH, Wm., John Epistles, 231. 

•'BORROWED JEWELS," Exo- 
dus, 69, 167. 

BOSSUET, Jacob B., John Epis- 
tles, 136. 

BOUNDARIES OF LAND, Num- 
bers, 390. 

BRADFORD, John, Romans, 54. 

BRAVERY, Disinterested, Exodus, 
40. 

BRAZEN SERPENT, The, Num- 
bers, 248. 

and Jesus Christ, John I., 117- 

128. 

Symbolism of, Numbers, 249. 

BREAD and faith, Deuteronomy, 
207. 

of life, John I., 207-222. 

of the soul, Deuteronomy, 202 

217. 

BREDENKAMP, Conrad J., 
Isaiah I., 237; II., 130, 17S, 
205, 211, 226, 435, 457, 45S; 
Twelve Prophets II., 134. 

BRETHREN, Colossians, 15, 3S5. 

Love of the, Thessalonians, 

1 51-158; Peter, 249. 

BRETSCHNEIDER, Karl T., Pas- 
toral Epistles, 125; John Epis- 
tles, 125, 307. 

BRIBERY, Isaiah I., 47. 

BRICK MAKING in Egypt, Exo- 
dus, 92-94. 

BRIGGS, C. A., Isaiah II., 18, 

336", 345. 412, 435- 
BRIGHT, John, Twelve Prophets 

I., 241. 
BRITISH ASSOCIATION, James, 

346. 



BROOKS— B U TLER 



81 



BROOKS, Phillips, Luke, 315. 

BROTHER OF THE LORD, 
James, 28, 31, 374. 

BROTHERHOOD, Genesis, 40, 
41 ; Numbers, 408. 

Christian, Peter, 55-68. 

Christ's, Hebrews, 39, 41. 

in the church, Joshua, yy; 

Colossians, 476, 477. 

• of man, Twelve Prophets I., 

406; Galatians, 234. 

of nations, Joshua, y6. 

BROWN, David, The Book of Rev- 
elation, Revelation, 205. 

Epistle to the Romans, Ro- 
mans, 207. 

The Second advent, Revela- 
tion, 130. 

BROWNING, Robert, quoted, 
Numbers, 275, 294; Deuter- 
onomy, 115; Judges, 379; II. 
Kings, 319; Chronicles, 443; 
Proverbs, 351; Ecclesiastes, 
16; Song of Solomon, 172, 
181; Isaiah I., 63, 220, 354; 
Ezekiel, 120, 231 ; John I., 27; 
Romans, 88; I. Corinthians, 
119, 278; Ephesians, 234. 

BROWNLOW AND NORTHCOTE, 
Roma Sotteranea, Acts I., 
112. 

BRUCE, A. B., John I., 233; 
Thessalonians, 176; Hebrews, 
44. 45! James, 410. 

BRUCKNER, Benno B., James, 
60, 378, 390, 418. 

BRUGSCH, Heinrich, Jeremiah 
II., 221 ; Ezekiel, 281. 

BRYCE, James, Locusts in South 
Africa, Twelve Prophets II., 
400, 



BUCKLAND, F., John Epistles, 

131, 132. 

BUCKLE, Thomas, Ecclesiastes, 
144. 

BUDDE, Karl, Twelve Prophets 
II., 119, 121, 124, 125, 12S, 
134, 49S, 505. 

BUDDHA, Doctrine of Karma, 
Proverbs, 71. 

Early life of, John Epistles, 

155-157- 

BUDDHISM, Acts I., 400; John 
Epistles, no. 

BULL, George, Acts I., 134. 

BUNTING, Jabez, Acts I., 3. 

BUNYAN, John, quoted, Job, 
144; Song of Solomon, 
237; Ephesians, 75; Colos- 
sians, 269; Thessalonians, yy. 
144. 

BURDEN-BEARING Judges, 
290; Galatians, 390-404. 

BURGER, Johann G., Revelation, 
330. 

BURNET, Bishop Gilbert, Com- 
mentary on the thirty-nine arti- 
cles, Acts I., 192. 

BURNS, Robert, Proverbs, 293; 
Isaiah I., 192; Thessalonians, 
i43» 144- 

BURNT OFFERING, Leviticus, 
29 62. 

BUSHNELL, Horace, quoted. 
Job, 259; John I., 359. 

BUSINESS, Twelve Prophets I., 

430. 
The highest good in, Ecclesi 

astes, 142-186. 
BUTLER, Alfred J., Coptic 

Churches, Acts II., 256. 



82 



B UTLER—BZO VJUS 



BUTLER, Archer, James, 383, 

386. 
BUTLER, Joseph, James, 99, 

443- 
The analogy, Acts I., 18; II., 

133, 4 J 3; John Epistles, 71, 

249. 
Durham charge, Pastoral 

Epistles, 368. 



BUTLER, Samuel, Hudibras 
quoted, Proverbs, 266. 

BUXTORF, Johann, Lexicon. Acts 
II., 16. 

BYRON, Lord, Jeremiah II., 217; 
John Epistles, 158. 

BZOVIUS, Abraham, Continua- 
tion of Barouius' annals, Acts 
I., 415. 



CA ESA R— CA MP 



83 



CAESAR, Augustus, Acts II., 273. 

Claudius, Acts II., 323. 

Julius, Acts II., 31; James, 

287. 

Tiberius, Acts II., 36, 166, 

185. 

CAESAREA-ON-THE-SEA, Acts 
II., 101, 147. 

Paul at, Acts II., 4. 

CAIN, Genesis, 28-41. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 223. 

Punishment of, Genesis, 43. 

Rejection of his offering, Gene- 
sis, 32. 

CAIPHAS, Acts II., 30. 

■ and Christ's popularity, John 

E, 37i, 372- 

■ and the trial of Christ, Mat- 
thew, 409; Mark, 407-413; 
John II., 299. 

CAJETAN, Cardinal, James, 332, 
336. 

CALEB, Descendants of, Chroni- 
cles, 50. 

honoured, Numbers, 173. 

• Inheritance of, Joshua, 262- 

274, 291-294. 

one of the spies, Numbers, 151. 

CALIGULA, the Emperor, and the 
Alexandrian Jews, Ecclesias- 
tes, 240; Acts II., 82, 94, 166, 
167; James, 349. 

CALL OF GOD, Belief in the, 
Genesis, 91. 

Christ and the first disciples, 

Matthew, 52-56; Mark, 17-23, 
Luke, 162-176. 



CALL OF GOD, Difficulties which 
interpose, Numbers, no. 

for Moses, Exodus, 65-69. 

of Elisha, I. Kings, 445-450. 

ripens life into power, Judges, 

148. 

Surrender and, Jeremiah I., 

270. 

to Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 42-55. 

to Isaiah, Isaiah I., 57-90. 

to Jeremiah, Jeremiah I., 58- 

73- 

to Levi, Mark, 56-61; Luke, 

162-176. 

to the merchant, Isaiah I., 

296. 

to the ministry, Isaiah I., 76- 

78; I. Corinthians, 104, 105. 

to service, Joshua, 50. 

CALVIN, John, Psalms II., 55, 59, 
167, 283, 350, 405; Isaiah I., 
79; II., 15, 215, 217, 218, 
397; Twelve Prophets II., 153, 
159, 172; John I., 342, 349; 
Acts I., 384; IL, 128, 383; 
Romans 151, 226; I. Corinthi- 
ans, 268; II. Corinthians, 93, 
129, 167, 189, 216, 239, 251, 
260, 373, 376; Galatians, 142, 
2 73;Ephesians, 98, 322; Thes- 
salonians, 177; Hebrews, 100, 
250; James, 222, 283, 319, 
325, 360, 417, 432; Peter 
XVII. 

CAMP, Arrangement of the, Num- 
bers, 27. 



84 



CANA—CA TO 



CANA, The marriage in, John I., 


CAPTIVITY, The, in Babylon, 


69. 
CANAAN, Degeneracy of its peo- 
ple, Judges, 8. 


Psalms III., 370-375; Ecclesi- 
astes, 32-43; Isaiah I., 128. 
The Jews return from, Ezra, 


Gods of, Judges, 52. 

promised to Israel, Joshua, 5. 

reported on, Numbers, 157. 

Rest of, Hebrews, 61. 

suited for its purpose, Judges, 

7- 


36-47; Song of Solomon, 230- 

241. 
Persian period of, Ecclesiastes, 

43-66; Isaiah I., 148. 

Results of, Matthew, 6, 7. 

See EXILE. 


to be explored, Numbers, 152. 

CANAANITES admitted to fel- 


CARDINALS, College of, Acts I., 
280. 


lowship, Numbers, 183. 
Bad influence of the, Joshua, 


CARLYLE, Thomas, quoted, Job, 
68, 223; Psalms I., 190; III.. 


357- 
Extermination of the, Deuter- 


295 ; Proverbs, 305 ; Song of 
Solomon, 207; Isaiah I., 413; 


onomy, 175-183. 
Low moral tone of, Leviticus, 


Twelve Prophets II., 51; John 
II., 194; Ephesians, 273; 


381. 
Religion of the, Deuteronomy, 


James, 166. 
and the Hebrew laws, Exodus, 


129; Joshua, 382. 

Remnant of, Joshua, 246. 

to be driven out, Numbers, 


276. 

Sadness of, Ecclesiastes, 130. 

CARMEL, Mount, Elijah on, I. 


38o- 
CANDACE, Acts I., 411. 412. 


Kings, 393-398. 
CARMEL of Judah, I. Samuel, 


CANDELABRUM, Numbers, 78. 
Symbolism of, Numbers, 79. 


382. 
CARPOCRATES, James, 389. 


CAPER-BERRY, Ecclesiastes, 


CARPUS, Pastoral Epistles, 11, 


267. 268. 
CAPERNAUM, Christ at, Luke, 
196. 


411. 
CASSIAN, John, James, 7. 
CASSIODORUS, James, 2, 285, 


Last words of Christ at, Mat- 
thew, 249-266. 


369- 
CASTE, Leviticus, 151; Gala- 


Synagogues at, Luke. 203. 

CAPES, W. W., The age of the 


tians, 238 1 
CATHARI, Pastoral Epistles, 


Antonines, Acts I., 154. 

The early empire. Acts II., 109. 

CAPITAL-PUNISHMENT, Leviti- 
cus, 421. 


127. 
CATHOLIC CHURCH, The, The 

idea of unity in. Proverbs 246. 
CATHOLIC EPISTLES, In- 


in Christendom, Leviticus, 

424. 


troduction, James, 1-12. 
CATO, Acts I., 58- 



CATULLUS— CHARLES II. 



CATULLUS, Thessalonicins, 170. 

CAVE, William, Historia Liter- 
aria, James, 6. 

Lives of the Apostles, Acts II., 

256, 259, 263. 

■ Lives of the Fathers, Acts I., 

219. 

CELEBRATIONS, Evening, Arts 
II., 398-401. 

CELLINI, Benvenuto, Pastoral 
Epistles, 50. 

CELSUS, Pastoral Epistles, 229, 
253; James, 328; John Epis- 
tles, 244. 

CELTIC LANGUAGE, Acts II., 
264. 

CENCHREAE, Acts II., 332. 

CENSERS, The two hundred and 
fifty, Numbers, 198, 205. 

CENSURE, Love of, of others, 
James, 250-260. 

CENSUS OF ISRAEL, Exodus, 
420-422; Numbers, 18. 

• David's, II., Samuel, 376- 

337- 

the second, Numbers, 323. 

of all men, Numbers, 20. 

Results of the, Numbers, 22. 

CENTURION, The, Faith of, Luke, 

195-208. 
CEREMONIAL DUTIES, The use 

of, Numbers, 47. 
CERIANI, Antonio Maria, James, 

422. 
CERINTHUS, John Epistles, 49. 
CERTAINTY, Nature of histor- 
ical, Pastoral Epistles, 105. 
CESNOLA, General Alexander P., 

Acts II., 205. 
CHALDEAN SOOTHSAYING, 

Numbers, 26;. 



CHANGE and vicissitude help us to 

fear God, Deuteronomy, 155. 
CHANNING, W. E., James, 381. 
CHAOS no moral, Job, 273. 
CHARACTER and glorying, Phil- 

ippians, 288. 

and ritual, Galatians, 435, 447. 

and the understanding of truth, 

Hebrews, 90. 
attracts character, Judges, 

392. 

benefited by delay, Genesis, 

137- 
capacity to distinguish, Isaiah 

I., 257-261. 

Decision of, Judges, 378. 

Effect of change on, Deuter- 
onomy, 155. 
Fountain of Christian, Colos- 

sians, 39-53. 

Love and, Philippians, 31, 35. 

National, Judges, 205. 

of Jacob analyzed, Genesis, 

260. 

of Lot, Genesis, 188. 

Salvation aims at perfection of, 

Genesis, 221. 
a secret in the growth of, 

Genesis, 28S. 

tested by power, Genesis, 125. 

CHARITY and independence, 

Thessalonians, 1 51-168. 
characteristic of Christianity, 

Thessalonians, 158-160. 

for the suffering, Job, 129. 

The giving of, Judges, 400. 

in judgment, Genesis, 79; 

Joshua, 338. 

See giving. 

CHARLEMAGNE, Acts II., n. 
CHARLES II. of England, and 

Cromwell, Isaiah I., 162, 163. 



CHA RRA N— CHIT TIM 



CHARRAN, Abraham leaves, 

Genesis, 85 sq. 
CHARTERIS, Dr. Archibald H., 

Acts I., ir. 
CHASTITY, Law of, Leviticus, 

379-390; Deuteronomy, 396- 

401. 
CHAUCER, Geoffry. Peter, 209. 
CHEDORLAOMER, Expedition 

of, Genesis, 121 sq. 
CHEREM, The word for ban. 

Deuteronomy, 169-171. 
CHERITH, The brook, I. Kings, 

363- 

CHERUBIM, The, in the Taber- 
nacle, Exodus, 380. 

in the Temple, I. Kings, 180- 

185. 

CHEYNE, T. K., Psalm I., 21, 23, 
33, 5i> 59, 64, 103, 114, 151, 
161, 166, 17S, 195, 202, 265, 
277, 2S6, 296, 303, 343; II., 
IS, 3i, 49, 59, 65,69,75, 76, 

IOI, IO5, IIO, 121, 126, 127, 

132, 143, l6o, 167, 173, l8j, 

I90, 195, 212, 214, 224, 227, 

228, 23O, 233, 24O, 24S. 256, 

257, 26l, 272, 280, 2SS. 291, 

316, 345, 350, 360, 363, 2,77, 
405, 415, 419, 426, 427,441, 
447, 480, 486, 499, 502; III., 
4, 17, 24, 30, 32, 59, 63, 65, 
88, 90, 92, 120, 134. 145. 147, 
164, 175, 188, 189, 190, 223, 
226, 233, 248, 319, 349, 372, 
391, 398, 407, 414, 43i 5 Prov- 
erbs, 1; Isaiah I., 3, 13, 196, 
19S, 199, 211, 223, 375,440; 
II., 19, 121, 211, 299, 333, 
343, 383, 412, 414, 435, 457, 
459, 464; Jeremiah II., 4, 30, 



33, 72. 75, 176, 1S2. 204, 2S9. 

314, 33S: Twelve Prophets I.. 

264, 311, 360, 365; II.. 60. 

65, 176, 209, 215. 312, 319, 

354- 359, 3S0, 444, 446. 49S, 

504, 525. 
CHILDBEARING, Purification 

after, Leviticus, 320-344. 
Uncleanness of, Leviticus, 32-- 

344- 

CHILDREN, and parents, Colos- 
sians, 340-345. 

and religion, Exodus, 2^. 

Care of. Pastoral Epistles, 2 -,6. 

commanded to honour par- 
ents, Exodus, 312-314. 

Early influence for, Proverbs, 

5356. 

growing up bad, Jeremiah II., 

35i- 
have a sense of incompleteness, 

Genesis, 22. 
Jesus Christ and the, Matthew, 

252-258, 270-273; Mark, 254, 

268, 273. 
Mosaic view of the education 

of, Deuteronomy, 146-167. 
of Godly parents bad, I. Sam- 
uel, 44. 
represent fresh hopes, Genesis, 

29. 

sacrificed, II. Kings, 354. 

- — Scant religious instruction (if. 

Exodus, 191. 
Suffering of, Song of Solomon, 

149. 
Training of, II. Samuel, 204 ; 

Proverbs, 56-64, 303-31 3. 
unable to understand the full 

truth, Genesis, 7. 
CHITTIM, Numbers, 306, 312. 



CHOICE— CHRIS TIA NS 



87 



CHOICE and appearance, I. Sam- 


CHRISTIAN WORK and money, 


uel, 258. 


Chronicles, 414. 


between living and dying, Phil- 


Continuity of, Chronicles, 194, 


ippians, 65-76. 


195- 


made by God the best, Gene- 


Shrinkingfrom, I. Samuel, 166. 


sis, 244. 


Variety of, Leviticus, 57, 363. 


No escape from personal, 


CHRISTIANITY, Alliances with, 


Judges, 379. 


Numbers, 114. 


of the good, Genesis, 22; 


Freedom under, Numbers, 209. 


Psalms II., 448; Proverbs, 


practiced, Acts I., 31. 


258-261. 


secularised, Judges, 330. 


of Lot, Genesis, 1 1 1 sq. 


Sympathy with, Numbers, 


of Moses, Exodus, 34-38. 


112. 


of occupation reveals disposi- 


■ What is? John II., 406. 


tion, Genesis, 22. 


CHRISTIANS always need help, 


of Solomon, I. Kings, 124. 


Joshua, 62. 


A right, Joshua, 156. J<V?2 


armor, Ephesians, 410-424. 


Temptation to a wrong, Gene- 


as pilgrims in the world, Peter, 


sis, 113. 


35S-364- 


CHOSROES, king, Acts II., 159. 


death with Christ, Colossians, 


CHRISTIAN, as an athlete, Pas- 


243-25I- 


toral Epistles, 348, 349. 


The garments of the renewed 


as a husbandman, Pastoral 


soul, Colossians, 305-319. 


Epistles, 350-352. 


growth, Colossians, 238-241. 


as a soldier, Pastoral Epistles, 


Ideal and the steps thereunto, 


344-347- 


Peter, 41-54. 


The incomplete, Philippians, 


in public life, Deuteronomy, 


97- 


201. 


law, Rejection of. Numbers, 187. 


In what sense are we? I. Corin- 


life criticised, Numbers, 158. 


thians, 60. 


Limitations of the, Numbers, 


the light of the world, Matthew, 


393- 


66-69. 


nation, Duty of, Numbers, 160. 


Kings to God, I. Samuel, 263. 


Right conception of the life, 


living epistles, II. Corinthians, 


Philippians, 95. 


99-1 n ; Colossians, 493. 


The title, Acts II., 159-162, 


The new nature and the new 


211. 


life, Colossians, 290-304. 


CHRISTIAN COUNTRY, A, Jere- 


not free from the law, Exodus, 


miah I., 194-196. 


280. 


CHRISTIAN LIBRARY, The, Acts 


not exempt from calamity, 


II., 394. 


Genesis, 97. 



ss 



CHRISTIANS— II. CIIRONICIES XI. 



CHRISTIANS, Precepts for the 
innermost life, Colossians, 354- 
370. 

present life a risen li.e, Colos- 
sians, 257-270. 

the salt of the earth, Matthew, 

63-66. 

slaying self, Colossians. 271- 

289. 

what kind ought we to be? 

Peter. 355-364. 

CHRISTOPHER, The legend of, 
Hebrews, 317. 

CHRONICLES, The Book of, Age 
of. Chronicles, 92-110. 

and Ezra and Nehemiah. Ezra, 

2-4. 

Date and authorship, Chroni- 
cles, 3-6. 

Historical setting, Chronicles, 

6-12. 

Importance of, Chronicles, 22- 

28. 

Omissions of, Chronicles, 146. 

sources and mode of composi- 
tion, Chronicles, 13-21. 

I. CHRONICLES II., 55, Jeremiah 
II., 45- 

I. CHRONICLES III., 5. Proverbs, 

52. 

15, Jeremiah I.. 27. 

11, Jeremiah II., 92. 

I. CHRONICLES IV., 13, 15. 

Joshua, 263. 

iS, Joshua, 22. 

43, Psalms II., 435. 

I. CHRONICLES VI., 28, 34, 

Joshua, 350. 
I. CHRONICLES VII., 5, Psalms 

L, 274. 
20-27, Joshua, 22. 



I. CHRONICLES VII., 22-27. 
Deuteronomy, 23. 

26, Joshua, 22. 

29, Joshua, 304. 

I. CHRONICLES IX.. 19, Psalms 
II.. 42. 

33, Psalms III.. 359. 

I. CHRONICLES XII., 6, Psalms 
II.. 4-'. 

I. CHRONICLES XV., 2, II. Sam- 
uel, 91. 

13. II. Samuel, 88. 

I. CHRONICLES XVL, 34. 41, 
Joshua, 105. 

I. CHRONICLES XVII.. 23, Thes- 
salonians, 2SS. 

I. CHRONICLES XX., 1, Jeremiah 
II, 32. 

I CHRONICLES XXL, 1, Song of 
Solomon, 220. 

2^, Jeremiah II., 312. 

I. CHRONICLES XXIII., 5, II. 
Samuel, 217. 

24, 27. Numbers, 41. 

I. CHRONICLES XXV., 1-3. Dan- 
iel, 30. 

I. CHRONICLES XXVIII. . 1, I. 
Kings, 143. 

4, Revelation, 78. 

I. CHRONICLES XXIX.. 5, Levit- 

icus, 208. 

II. CHRONICLES I., 9, Thessa- 
lonians, 288. 

II. CHRONICLES VII, 1-3, Eze- 
kiel, 37. 

14, James, 129. 

II. CHRONICLES IX.. 15. 16, 
Psalms, 335. 

17, Pastoral Epistles, 369. 

II. CHRONICLES XL, 15, Leviti- 
cus, 370, 





II. CHRONICLES 


XIV.— CHURCH 89 


II 


CHRONICLES XIV., 11, 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXXIV., 6, 




Joshua, 144. 




Jeremiah I., 24, yy, 120. 


— 


—27, John Epistles, 183. 




—9, Jeremiah I., yy, 120. 


II. CHRONICLES XIX., 5, Deuter- 




~33, Jeremiah I., 132. 




onomy, 387. 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXXV., 20, Jer- 




—9, Twelve Prophets II., 140. 




emiah I., 289. 


II. 


CHRONICLES XX., 2, Psalms 




—22, Twelve Prophets II., 482; 




II., 433- 




Revelation, 272. 


— 


—3, Ezra, 128. 


— 


—24, Jeremiah I., 27. 


— 


—7, Proverbs, 235; Romans, 




—25, Song of Solomon, yy; Jere- 




104; Galatians, 186. 




miah I., 25. 




—20, Twelve Prophets I., 75. 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXXVL, 23, 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXIII., 17, Jere- 




Twelve Prophets II., 69. 




miah I., 97. 


CHRYSOSTOM, John, Ecclesias- 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXIV., 21, He- 




tes, 204; Acts I., 113; II., 46, 




brews, 264. 




55, 84, 251, 276, 352; II. 




-22, Jeremiah 1., 159. 




Corinthians, 13, 93, 123, 129, 




-27, Twelve Prophets, 505. 




137, 281, 317, iyi; Galatians, 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXV., 12, 




143, 225, 457; Pastoral Epis- 




Psalms III., 402. 




tles, 34, 56, 95, 101, 249, 349, 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXVL, 16, Jer- 




369, 382, 397, 429; James, 




emiah I., 92. 




292, 33i, 33&, 368; John Epis- 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXVIII. , 23, 




tles, 9, 26, 50, 57, 58, 82, 




Isaiah I., 99. 




202. 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXIX., 23, 


CHURCH, The, and the body, 




Psalms III., 186. 




Ephesians, 143-154. 




—31, Leviticus, 208. 
CHRONICLES XXX., 6, 11, 
Jeremiah I., 129. 




nnA infirlnlil-ir Tiir1rr£»c T^9 


II. 


and trip- iri-i=>cr»liif f» Mnmnpre 






I07. 




—8, Jeremiah II., 291. 




-and poverty, Job, 294. 




—11, 18, Jeremiah I., 120. 
CHRONICLES XXXII., 1, 




cinfl state (^"hrnnirlps t66 t67 


II. 




a] ili S^ai-C, \^ ill uiiii.i^j« iuu, a yj / . 

-Anticipations of the victory of, 




Isaiah I., 304. 




Revelation, 65-85. 




—7, 8, Revelation, 66. 




-attacked, Judges, 186. 




-9-23, Isaiah I., 304. 




—based on fellowship, Exodus, 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXXIIL, 7, 




77, 359- 




Ezekiel, 84. 




—Basis for unity of, I. Corin- 




—11, Twelve Prophets II., 11. 




thians, 41. 




—13-17. Daniel, 175. 




-Catholic, I. Corinthians, 23. 


II. 


CHRONICLES XXXIV., 3, Jer- 




—Christ and the, Ephesians, 366- 




emiah I., 15, 97, 108. 




379, Colossians, 81-84, 94-99. 



90 



CHUR CH— CIS TER CIA NS 



CHURCH, Coldness of, Exodus, 
1 06. 

Community of goods in. Acts 

I., 193-210. 

Complaints against, Job, 264. 

Consciousness of, Hebrews, 

187. 

customs, Hebrews, 187. 

discipline, II. Corinthians, 72- 

83- 

— — ever in Paul's thought, Ephe- 
sians, 193. 

Fellowship in, Joshua, 163. 

First great enemy of, Revela- 
tion, 196-216. 

First persecution of, Acts I., 

r73-i92- 

Foes of, Ephesians, 317-409. 

Growth of, Ephesians, 244- 

258- 

Helpers of, Numbers, 113. 

Honesty and pretence in the 

primitive, Acts I., 211-228. 

Idea of, Hebrews, 185. 

Ideal, Pastoral Epistles, 116. 

Life, Ephesians, 211-258. 

Membership in, Ezra, 326. 

— — Mistaken claims of, Numbers, 
176. 

must be filled with the Spirit, 

Judges, 152. 

— — National, Numbers, 21. 

Need of machinery in, Pastoral 

Epistles, 331-342. 

Never in danger, Judges, 187. 

on the field of history, Revela- 
tion, 21-64. 

one foundation, II. Corin- 
thians, 35-46. 
)pposition to, Judges, 79, 82. 

Drigin of the idea, Isaiah I., 
126. 



CHURCH, Perils of, Numbers, 

"5- 

Perpetual duty of, Judges, 353. 

Position of, Numbers, 20. 

Primitive discussions in, Acts 

I., 246-267. 
Real work of, Thessalonians, 

277- 

Right spirit of, Judges, 152. 

Second and third great enemies 

of, Revelation, 217-237. 
should keep close to its ideal, 

Deuteronomv, 188. 

True, I. Corinthians, 21. 

Unity of, Numbers, 203 ; I. 

Corinthians, 23-25, 284-286. 

Union of, Acts I., 86-89. 

World in, Judges, 133. 

CHURCH, Dean R. W., Ezekiel, 

255; John I., 281. 
CICERO, Ecclesiastes, 137, 253; 

Daniel, 216; Acts I., 56, 29S; 

II., 275, 304, 327. 
CIRCUMCISION, Genesis, 166. 
and uncircumcision, Romans, 

72, 73- 
— — Controversy about, Acts II.. 

222-228, 392, 425; Philip- 

pians, 178-180. 
■ of the Galatians, Galatians, 

30i, 315- 

of the heart, Genesis, 167. 

of Israel at the Jordan, Joshua, 

117-121. 
of Timothy, Pastoral Epistles, 

22. 
Ordinance of, Leviticus, 315- 

319- 

The true, Colossians, 199-212. 

CISTERCIANS, Acts I., 174; II., 

227. 



CITIES OF REFUGE— COLOSSIANS 



91 



CITIES OF REFUGE, Numbers, 
400; Joshua, 326-339. 

CIVILIZATION and Christianity, 
Twelve Prophets, 151; Mark, 
94. 

and judgment, Twelve Proph- 
ets, 141-155. 

of the Akkadians, Deuteron- 
omy, 208, 209. 

without morality, Numbers, 

372- 
CLARKE, Adam, Acts I., 3. 
CLAUDIA, Pastoral Epistles, 415. 
CLAUDIUS, Pastoral Epistles, 

414, 425- 

CLAUDIUS, the Emperor, II. Cor- 
inthians, 88; Hebrews, 318. 

CLEANTHES' hymn to Zeus, Ec- 
clesiastes, 199; Acts II., 315; 
Pastoral Epistles, 225. 

CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA, 
Acts I., 286, 344; II., 180, 
356, 446; Pastoral Epistles, 
6, 97, 100, 228, 339, 373; 
James, 4, 5, 21, 36, 76, 213, 
307, 362, 369, 422; Peter VI.; 
John Epistles, 283. 

CLEMENT OF ROME, Acts I., 3, 
273, 280, 400; II., 259, 344; 
Pastoral Epistles, 5, 14, 97, 
no, 416; James, 18, 20, 23, 
160, 215, 245, 292, 295; 
Peter XII. 

CLEMENT IV., Jeremiah II., 91. 

CLEMENTINE LITERATURE, 
Acts I., 79. 

CLERGY and laity, James, 324. 

and laity distinct, Pastoral 

Epistles, 109. 

CLOKE, Pastoral Epistles, 412. 

CLOPAS, James, 26, 27. 



CLOTHING, Symbolism of, Gene- 
sis, 24. 

CLOUD as a symbol, Numbers, 93. 

in Isaiah, Numbers, 90. 

The pillar of the, Numbers, 89. 

COCCEIUS, Hebrews, 126. 

CODEX AMIANTHUS, John Epis- 
tles, VII. 

COLERIDGE, S. T., Proverbs, 16; 
Hebrews, 304. 

CALLECTION for Jewish Chris- 
tians, Pastoral Epistles, 205. 

COLOSSE, The church, Colossi- 
ans, 2-4. 

— The city, Colossians, 3. 

Errors of the church at, Colos- 
sians, 185-198; Hebrews, 22. 

COLOSSIANS, The people, Paul 
striving for, Colossians, 151- 
167. 

COLOSSIANS, The Epistle, He- 
brews, 22. 

closing messages, Colossians, 

402-416. 

The prayer of, Colossians, 38- 

54- 

The prelude to, Colossians, 21- 

37- 

Transition to Polemics in, Co- 
lossians, 168-184. 

Writers and readers of, Colos- 
sians, 1-20. 

COLOSSIANS I., 2, Ephesians, 18; 
Revelation, 369. 

4, Galatians, 229; Ephesians, 

13, 66- 

6, Ephesians, 56. 

8, Ephesians, 432; James, 455. 

9, 27, Ephesians, 341. 

10, Romans, 395. 

n, Ephesians, 398; Philip- 

pians, 357; James, 292. 



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COLOSSIANS I.— COLOSSIANS TV, 



COLOSSIANS I., 12-14, Ephes- 
mns, 43. 

13, Ephesians, 40 2. 

14, 15, Ephesians, 27, 61,370; 

Hebrews, 176; John Epistles, 
114. 

15, 16, Romans, 227; Gala- 

tians, 23, 157, 233, 250; Ephe- 
sians, 93, 146, 288, 354; He- 
brews, 22; Revelation, 81. 

16, Romans, 318; Ephesians, 

90, 378; Hebrews, 16; Peter, 
301. 

18, Ephesians, 86, 87. 

19, Ephesians, 93. 

20, Leviticus, 189, 198, 207; 

I. Kings, 220. 

22, 28, 29, Ephesians, 246. 

23, Romans, 226; Ephesians, 

115, 410. 

24, Mark, 291; II. Corinthi- 
ans, 13; Galatians, 455; Ephe- 
sians, 427. 

25, Ephesians, 45, 157. 

26, Ephesians, 21, 129, 162; 

Pastoral Epistles, 132. 

26, 27, Pastoral Epistles, 132; 

Revelation, 78. 

27, Pastoral Epistles, 134; 

James, 115; Revelation, 322, 
369- 

COLOSSIANS II., 1, Ephesians, 
13, 15, 427- 

2, Romans, 17, 368; Ephe- 
sians, 45, 157, 414; Pastoral 
Epistles, 132, 134. 

4, Ephesians, 41; James, 104. 

5, Ephesians, 410; Thessa- 

lonians, 209. 

7, James, 456. 

8, 20, Galatians, 246; Ephe- 
sians, 250, 279, 408. 



COLOSSIANS II., 9, Mark, 354; 
Galatians, 250; Ephesians. 34 3. 

10, 11, Leviticus, 316; Ephe- 
sians, 113. 

11, Leviticus, 320; Galatians, 

i73-23 2 < 35 2 - Ephesians, 371. 

13, Ephesians, 312. 

15, II. Corinthians, 87; Gala- 
tians, 218; Ephesians, 12. 

16, Leviticus, 281. 

— — 18, Exodus, 145. 

19, Mark, 3S2; Ephesians, 249, 

25 7- 

20, Ephesians, 262. 

23, Romans. 222. 

COLOSSIANS III., 1, Ephesians, 

91, 40S. 
3, 4, Romans, 139; Ephesians, 

25- 
4, Galatians, 256; Ephesians. 

262; Pastoral Epistles, 404; 

Revelation, 19. 

5, Galatians, 352. 

5, 8, 9, Numbers, 41; Peter, 

155- 

— — 7, John Epistles, 125. 

10, II. Corinthians, 168; Gala- 
tians, 233. 

11, Chronicles, 49; Luke, 3; 

Galatians, 160; Ephesians, 
135; Revelation. 80. 

13, Ephesians, 312. 

14, Ephesians, 216. 

16, Ephesians, 217, 347, 385; 

Pastoral Epistles, 394. 

18, Ephesians, 355, 360. 

22, Peter, 96. 

24, Ephesians, 3S9. 

25, Galatians, 114. 

COLOSSIANS IV., 2, Ephesians, 
423; Thessalonians, 225. 



COLOSSIANS IV.— CONSCIENCE 



93 



COLOSSIANS IV., 3, Ephesians, 
428, 429; Pastoral Epistles, 
132. 

5, Ephesians, 339. 

■ 7-9, Ephesians, 15, 431; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 411. 

8, Ephesians, 432. 

9, Ephesians, 434. 

10, Acts II., 252, 255; James, 

28. 

12, Ephesians, 341; Philip- 

pians, 166. 

14, Pastoral Epistles, 410. 

17, Colossians, 422. 

18, Thessalonians, 395. 

COMFORT for hearts, Colossians, 

156-158. 
- — in Christ, Philippians, 99, 100. 

in the death of children, II. 

Samuel, 287. 

COMMERCE, Isaiah I., 290-297. 

among the Israelites, Deuter- 
onomy, 360. 

Competition of. Proverbs, 

226; Ecclesiastes, 168. 

of Solomon, I. Kings, 224, 

233- 

COMMISSION, The great, Mat- 
thew, 137-141, 443. 

of Paul, Galatians, 68-82. 

COMMUNION OFFICE, Evening, 
Acts II., 398-401. 

Rubrics of. Acts II., 335, 336. 

COMMUNICATIO IDIOMATUM, 
Acts II., 49. 

COMMUNITY OF GOODS, Acts 
I., 193-228. 

COMPARISONS, Paul on, II. Cor- 
inthians, 300-311. 

COMPASSION, A heart of, Colos- 
sians, 307, 308. 

of Christ, Luke, 266. 



COMPASSION of God, Numbers, 
213; Song of Solomon, 311- 

323- 

COMPETITION, Proverbs, 226; 
Ecclesiastes, 168; Twelve 
Prophets I., 395. 

COMPLAINTS against Provi- 
dence, Numbers, 119. 

of the Israelites, Numbers, 119. 

COMPROMISE not allowable, II. 
Kings, 57. 

The tendency to, Joshua, 274; 

Judges, 88, 92, 404. 

COMTE Auguste, Ephesians, 315. 

CONCENTRATION, Judges, 175. 

and breadth, Judges, 275. 

CONCUBINAGE recognized, Le- 
viticus, 404. 

CONDUCT, Christian, based on 
truth, Romans, 320-335. 

Details of personal, Romans, 

336-347- 

Worship and, James, 320-322. 

CONFESSION and forgiveness, 

Ezra, 141; Proverbs, 364; 

Romans, 272. 

of sins, James, 335-343. 

CONFIRMATION, The Rite, Acts 

I-. 375 sq., 385 sq. 

CONFLICT of faith, Hebrews, 272- 
289. 

CONFUCIUS, Ecclesiastes, 315. 

CONSCIENCE, Proverbs, 225, 
252, 343; Isaiah I., 8-14. 

as a revelation of God, He- 
brews, 3. 

— — Birth of, Genesis, 19. 

Compromise with, Ecclesiastes, 

200, 222. 

the correlative power, Judges, 

303- 



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CONSCIENCE— CORINTH 



CONSCIENCE enfeebled by Juda- 
ism, Hebrews, 156. 

enlightened, Hebrews, 158, 

227, 248. 

its threefold character, Isaiah 

I., 12. 

Natural, Hebrews, 152, 155. 

not satisfied under the law, 

Hebrews, 123. 

of Cain, Genesis, 39. 

of service, Isaiah II., 292-298. 

the oracle of life, Judges, 353. 

Peace of, Genesis, 25. 

Public, Jeremiah II., 219. 

Rekindling of the Civic, Isaiah 

II., 408-427. 

Simplicity of, Isaiah I., 151. 

stifled, Genesis, 127; Numbers, 

278. 

— — Supremacy of, I. Corinthians, 
190. 

CONSCIOUSNESS, The Divine, 
Numbers, ^2y. 

CONSECRATION, Complete, Le- 
viticus, 225. 

— -the condition of fellowship with 
God, Leviticus, 224. 

Priestly, Hebrews, 185. 

Self, Numbers, 23. 

CONSOLATION, Job, 80. 

not the only gift of God, Thes- 

salonians, 353. 

Suffering and, II. Corinthians, 

10-22. 

CONSTANCY of Jacob, Genesis, 
261. 

CONSTANTINE, The Emperor, 
Acts II., 238, 273. 

CONTEMPORARY, Acts I., 199, 
359, 4i7; II-> 468. 

CONTENTMENT, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 192-196; Proverbs, 356. 



CONTROVERSY not Christ like, 

Joshua, 415. 

Religious, John Epistles, 40-4 2. 

Spirit of, Pastoral Epistles, 

280, 364, 368. 
CONYBEARE AND HOWSON, 

Life and Epistles of Paid, Acts 

I., 217; II., 46, 47. 
CONVENTIONALISM, Isaiah I., 

261. 
CONVERSATION, James, 194- 

196. 
CONVERSION, Thessalonians, 53- 

68. 
and the new life, Colossians, 

290-304. 
and the victory of faith, 

Judges, 27. 

Immediate, Hebrews, 242. 

The kind we need, Judges, 160. 

not always the same, Judges, 

159- 
of Paul, Acts II., 22-47; Gala- 

tians, 53-82. 
of sinners conditions and re- 
wards, James, 350-362. 

Results of, Proverbs, 368. 

Ruth's, Judges, 381. 

CONVICTION, Individual, I. Sam- 
uel, 226. 

Power of, Exodus, 90. 

CONVOCATION, Holy, Numbers, 

352- 
CO-OPERATION, Ecclesiastes, 

184; Ephesians, 148. 
COPTIC CHURCH, Acts I., 416. 
CORBAN, Matthew, 203. 
CORINTH, Abuse of the Lord's 

Supper at, I. Corinthians, 259- 

272. 
Church discipline in, II. Corin- 
thians, 72-83. 



CO RINTH—I. CORIN Til I A NS III. 



95 



CORINTH, The church in, I. 
Corinthians, 15-29. 

The city of, I. Corinthians, 3. 

Excommunication at,. I. Cor- 
inthians, 1 13-128. 

Factions in the church at, I. 

Corinthians, 31-45. 

— — Fornication at, I. Corinthians, 

145-159- 

Incest at, Pastoral Epistles, 

73, 265. 

Paul at, Acts II., 301-330; 

Romans, 5 ; I. Corinthians, 
3 sq. 

Paul's trouble at, Romans, 5. 

Religious services at, I. Corin- 
thians, 319. 

Ruins of, I. Corinthians, &y. 

Timothy at, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 23, 24, 29. 

Titus at, Pastoral Epistles, 

204-206. 

Vice of, I. Corinthians, 4. 

CORINTHIANS, First Epistle, 
Acts II., 359, 387. 

■ Introduction, I. Corinthians, 

3 14- 

I. CORINTHIANS I., 2, Acts I., 
339; II., 60; Ephesians, 18; 
John Epistles, 116; Revela- 
tion, 369 

4-9, Ephesians, 115. 

6, Thessalonians, 288. 

7, Galatians, 57. 

8, Philippians, 25. 

10, Galatians, 394. 

11, 16, Pastoral Epistles, 361. 

12, Galatians, 57. 

14, 17, Acts II., 326; John 

Epistles, 301. 

17, Acts II., 340. 

18, 23; II. Corinthians, 152. 



I. CORINTHIANS, 23, Galatians, 
323, 380. 

26-28; I. Kings, 51. 

27-31, Galatians, 114. 

28, Ephesians, 18. 

30, Ephesians, 40; Revelation, 

369, 383- 

33, Romans, 242. 

I. CORINTHIANS II., 1, 7, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 132; Peter, 262. 

2, Peter, 183. 

3, Galatians, 276, 277; Phil- 
ippians, 132. 

4, II. Corinthians, 231. 

6-9, Ephesians, 45, 253; 

James, 170. 

8, Acts II., 419; Galatians, 

380. 

9, Daniel, 102; II. Corinthians, 

169; James, 233. 

12, Galatians, 246; Ephesians, 

25; James, 230; Revelation, 
224. 

14, Mark, 108; James, 200. 

15, Ephesians, 96. 

16, Hebrews, 201. 

I. CORINTHIANS III., 1-3, Gala- 
tians, 246; Ephesians, 253. 

5-11, Galatians, 38. 

10-15, Galatians, 401. 

11-15, Romans, 386; James, 

456. 

13, Ezra, 216; Jeremiah I., 

239; Peter, 340. 

15, Romans, 386. 

16, Leviticus, 186; Ephesians, 

9- 

i7,II. Corinthians, 250; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 131. 

19, James, 295. 

20, James, 123. 



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I. CORINTHIANS JII.—I. CORINTHIANS IN. 



I. CORINTHIANS III.. 21-23, Ga- 
latians, 241. 

22, Romans, 241; Galatians, 

25, 57- 

I. CORINTHIANS IV., 15, Gala- 
tians, 401; Ephesians, 45. 

2, Daniel, 223; Hebrews, 54. 

3, 4, Galatians, 14, 36. 

4, II. Corinthians, 175. 

5, Pastoral Epistles, 424. 

9, Galatians, 30, 57; Philip- 

pians, 356. 

14-16, Galatians, 281, 408. 

15, II. Corinthians, 364. 

17, Acts II., 359; Pastoral 

Epistles, 20. 

18-21, Galatians, 45. 

21, II. Corinthians, 60; Gala- 
tians, 394. 

I. CORINTHIANS V., 1, Leviticus, 
381; Pastoral Epistles, 361; 
Revelation, 54. 

3, Romans, 375. 

5, James, 184. 

6-8, Galatians, 328; Revela- 
tion, 51. 

7, Leviticus, 73, 458; Ezra, 

105. 

9-1 1, Galatians, 364; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 337; James, 
378. 

10, Thessalonians, 142. 

I. CORINTHIANS VI., 1, Acts I., 
270; Romans, 81. 

2, Daniel, 102; James, 126. 

7, Romans, 345. 

9, Galatians, 185. 355; Ephe- 
sians, 295; James, 56. 

10, Thessalonians, 142. 

11, Pastoral Epistles, 287; 

Revelation, 323. 

13, Romans, 221; Galatians, 

363; Pastoral Epistles, 424. 



I. CORINTHIANS VI., 15, 
Romans, 160. 

16, 17. Exodus, 2'_)j. 

17, Romans, 162, 1S1, 182. 

337; Galatians, 160; Ephe- 
sians, 71. 

19, Acts I., 3S4; Galatians, 

2-,2; Ephesians, 5$. 

20, Leviticus, 302 ; Romans, 

221. 

I. CORINTHIANS VII., 1, 7, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 123, 157. 

2, 9, Pastoral Epistles, 124. 

5, Mark, 64. 

10, 12, 34, Pastoral Epistles, 

424. 

16, Peter, 115. 

17, Acts L, 383. 

17, 19, Galatians, 160. 

18, 20, Acts II., 435; Gala- 
tians, 440. 

19. Jeremiah I., 207. 

21, Peter, 97. 

22, James, 82. 

26, Matthew, 270. 

— — 2S, 36, Pastoral Epistles, 123. 

29, Revelation, 341. 

31, Leviticus, 366; Galatians, 

30. 

35, Thessalonians, 163. 

39, Leviticus, 437. 

I. CORINTHIANS VIII., 1, Daniel, 
165; Galatians, 3S0. 

4, Jeremiah I., 80; Galatians, 

259- 

6, Galatians, 220. 

7, Hebrews, 155. 

I. CORINTHIANS IN., 1, Gala- 
tians, 14, 57. 

2, Ephesians, 53. 

5, Luke, 157: James, 28, 374; 

Peter IX., 230. 



/. CORINTHIANS VIII.— I. CORINTHIANS XIV. 97 



I. CORINTHIANS VIII., 6, Acts 


I. CORINTHIANS XI, 19, Gala- 


II, 258. 


tians, 371; Pastoral Epistles, 


9, Twelve Prophets I, 288. 


294, 297, 298. 


10, Pastoral Epistles, 343; 


21, Peter, 305. 


James, 233. 


23, Acts II, 49. 


11, Galatians, 406. 


24, Matthew, 392. 


13, Leviticus, 146, 179; Pas- 


25, Jeremiah II, 362. 


toral Epistles, 390. 


28, Matthew, 389. 


14, Peter, 207. 


29, James, 168; John Epistles, 


17, Pastoral Epistles, 52. 


175- 


20, Galatians, 62. 


30, James, 334. 


21, Galatians, 281. 


32, Ephesians, 385; Pastoral 


22, Romans, 83, 299. 


Epistles, 75; Peter, 192. 


24, Revelation, 257. 


30-32, Leviticus, 243; Pas- 


25, Pastoral Epistles, 343, 350. 


toral Epistles, 361. 


I. CORINTHIANS X., Leviticus, 83. 


I. CORINTHIANS XII, 1, Ro- 


1, Romans, 29. 


mans, 29. 


1-4, Acts II., 19. 


3, Acts II, 27; Galatians, 44, 


2, Ephesians, 371 ; Peter, 159. 


56. 


3, Exodus, 244; Revelation, 


4, 9, 28, 30, 31, Romans, 27; 


203. 


Galatians, 170. 


6-8, Galatians, 366. 


6, Ephesians, 93. 


11, Galatians, 259; Ephesians, 


7, Peter, 172. 


385; Peter, 164; Revelation, 


7, 10, Pastoral Epistles, 242. 


182. 


10, Thessalonians, 242. 


21, Isaiah II., 457. 


24, Thessalonians, 163. 


26, Pastoral Epistles, 424. 


28, Pastoral Epistles, 66, 69, 


27, Pastoral Epistles, 236. 


115. 


29, Peter XIV. 


I. CORINTHIANS XIII, 1-3, Gala- 


31, Leviticus, 68, 301; Pas- 


tians, 379. 


toral Epistles, 258. 


3, Pastoral Epistles, 423. 


2,2,, Philippians, 160. 


4, James, 223. 


I. CORINTHIANS XI, I. Thessa- 


7, Galatians, 384, 385. 


lonians, 44; Peter, 209, 248, 


8, 11, 12, Galatians, 412. 


361. 


9, Romans, 144. 


• 2, Acts I, 383; Ephesians, 


11, Ephesians, 246. 


356; Pastoral Epistles, 100. 


12, II. Corinthians, 182. 


3-12, Ephesians, t,77- 


13, Peter, 167. 


7, Peter, 115. 


I. CORINTHIANS XIV, 6, John 


13-15, Ephesians, 358. 


Epistles, 293. 


17-34> Ephesians, 342. 


14-18, II. Corinthians, 192. 



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/. CORINTHIANS XIV.— I. CORINTHIANS XVI. 



I. CORINTHIANS XIV., 15, 


I. CORINTHIANS XV., 24-28, 


James, 319. 


Ephesians, 47, 90, 203. 


16, Acts II., 396. 


26, Galatians, 308; Ephesians, 


18, Acts I., 98; Galatians, 67; 


52- 


Pastoral Epistles, 242. 


27, Hebrews, 35. 


20, Ephesians, 253; Philip- 


28, Revelation, 190. 


pians, 269. 


30, 32, Galatians, 30, 451. 


23, Peter, 167. 


31, James, 307. 


26, Ephesians, 239; James, 


32, Acts II., 357; II. Corin- 


167. 


thians, 27. 


29, Thessalonians, 242. 


33, Pastoral Epistles, 224; 


32, Romans, 331. 


James, 56. 


33, James, 201. 


33, 34, Ephesians, 269. 


35, Ephesians, 362. 


34, Peter, 90. 


I. CORINTHIANS XV., 1, Gala- 


35-54, Matthew, 325; James, 


tians, 56; Thessalonians, 65. 


56. 


1-8, Mark, 2. 


■ 37, 38, Exodus, 72. 


3, Romans, 95; Ephesians, 36; 


■ 40, 48, Ephesians, 49. 


Revelation, 47. 


41, Daniel, 324. 


3, 4, Peter, 183. 


42, Ephesians, 439. 


5-8, Pastoral Epistles, 138; 


44, Luke, 337. 


Peter IX. 


44, 46, James, 200; Revela- 


6, Matthew, 437; Romans, 127. 


tion, 354. 


7, Romans, 127; James, 26, 


45, 47, Romans, 148; Gala- 


35- 


tians, 157; Ephesians, 246. 


7. James, 35. 


51, Ephesians, 86; Pastoral 


8, Acts II., 44; Romans, 17; 


Epistles, 132; James, 297. 


Galatians, 57, 152; Pastoral 


53, Pastoral Epistles, 428. 


Epistles, 55. 


54, 55, 57, John Epistles, 232. 


9, Acts II., 26; James, 126. 


55, Twelve Prophets I., 306. 


9, 10, Galatians, 114. 


56, Galatians, 213. 


10, Galatians, 96, 119, 121, 


I. CORINTHIANS XVI., 1, 2, Le- 


401. 


viticus, 563. 


11, Galatians, 118. 


1-4, Romans, 416; Galatians, 


15, 2 Corinthians, 304. 


126. 


20, Leviticus, 458; Revelation, 


2, Galatians, 269. 


244. 


9, II. Corinthians, 27. 


20-57, Galatians, 198. 


10, II. Corinthians, 258; Co- 


22, Galatians, 157; Ephesians, 


lossians, 403. 


47- 


13, Ephesians, 186, 253, 410; 


23, 24, Revelation, 346. 


Peter, 330, 



/. CORINTHIANS XVI— II. CORINTHIANS V. 



99 



I. CORINTHIANS XVI., i5,Thes- 


II. 


CORINTHIANS 14, 17, Jere- 


salonians, 202; Pastoral 




miah I., 422; Galatians, 431, 


Epistles, 361; Revelation, 244. 




449; Ephesians, 236. 


19, Acts II., 351; Romans, 




-16, Leviticus, 124. 


423, 427- 




-17, Galatians, 48, 109. 


20, Peter, 231. 




-18, Peter, 240. 


21, Acts II., 50; Galatians, 


II. 


CORINTHIANS III., 1-3, Gala- 


422; Thessalonians, 395. 




tians, 85, 109, 133. 


22, Pastoral Epistles, 428; 




-4-8, Romans, 185; Philip- 


Peter, 163. 




pians, 147. 


CORINTHIANS, Second Epistle, 




—6, Jeremiah II., 362. 


Introduction, II. Corinthians, 




-12, 18, Exodus, 439; Gala- 


1-9. 




tians, 71. 


Conclusion of, II. Corinthians, 




-13-18, Galatians, 218. 


372-387- 




—14-16, Romans, 299. 


II. CORINTHIANS I., 3, Ephe- 




-17, Hebrews, 201. 


sians, 67, no; Peter, 18. 




-18, Galatians, 358; Ephesians, 


4, Leviticus, 436. 




89, 308; John Epistles, 181. 


S, Peter, 34. 


II. 


CORINTHIANS IV., 2, Gala- 


8, Romans, 29; Galatians, 36, 




tians, 48, 109. 


4Si- 




-3, Mark, 108; Ephesians, 113. 


10, Galatians, 452. 




—4, Matthew, 167; Ephesians, 


12, Galatians, 401. 




102, 400; Peter, 224. 


17, 18, 23, Galatians, 88. 




-5, Ephesians, 389; Peter, 236. 


18, Ephesians, 292; James, 




—6, Galatians, 61. 


307- 




—7, Acts II., 415; Galatians, 


21, Leviticus, 216; Galatians, 




276; Ephesians, 188. 


204. 




—8-1 1, Galatians, 36. 


22, Ephesians, 64. 




-9, Mark, 433; Pastoral Epis- 


23, Exodus, 305; James, 307. 




tles, 420. 


II. CORINTHIANS II., 2, Colos- 




—10, Galatians, 454. 


sians, 10 1. 




—11, Ephesians, 281. 


4, Galatians, 36, 274. 




—14, Colossians, 102. 


5-1 1, Galatians, 394. 




—16, Romans, 200; Peter, 113. 


7, 10, Ephesians, 312. 


— 


—18, Galatians, 403. 


11, Ephesians, 400; Thessalo- 


II. 


CORINTHIANS V., 1-10, Gala- 


nians, 142. 




tians, 451. 


12, 13, Galatians, 36; Pas- 




—2-4, Ephesians, 287. 


toral Epistles, 361. 




—4, Revelation, 354. 


13, Acts II., 388; Galatians, 




—5, Ephesians, 64. 


451. 




-7, Romans, 385. 



100 II. CORINTHIANS V.- 


-//. 


CORINTHIANS XI. 


II. CORINTHIANS V., 9-12, 


II. 


CORINTHIANS VII., 6-16, 


Galatians, 36. 




Galatians, 452. 


10, Romans, 386; John Epis- 




-8, Galatians, 36, 274. 


tles, 214. 




-9, Peter, 25. 


10-12, Galatians, 401. 




-10, James, 230. 


12, Galatians, 119. 




-11, Leviticus, 255. 


13-15, Leviticus, 227; Pas- 




-15, Philippians, 132. 


toral Epistles, 242 ; John Epis- 


II. 


CORINTHIANS VIII., 1, 2, 


tles, 47. 




Acts II., 293; Galatians, 56. 


14, 15, Galatians, 157; Colos- 




-7, Leviticus, 166, 565. 


sians, 245. 




-9, Romans, 404. 


17, Leviticus, 320; Galatians, 




-17, Ephesians, 419. 


60; Pastoral Epistles, 288. 




-19, Pastoral Epistles, 59. 


18-21, Ephesians, 36; John 




-23. Ephesians, 239, 435. 


Epistles, 105. 


II. 


CORINTHIANS IX., 2, Ephe- 


19, Ephesians, 127; Pastoral 




sians, 67. 


Epistles, 423. 




-9, Psalms III., 203. 


20, Galatians, 149; Ephesians, 


II. 


CORINTHIANS X., 1, Gala- 


7- 




tians, 277. 


- — 21, Exodus, 412; Leviticus, 




-1-11, Galatians, 45. 


153, 226; Isaiah II., 287; 




-2, Galatians, 119. 


Luke, 371; Philippians, 218, 




-2-5, Ephesians, 404. 


221. 




-3-6, Ephesians, 410. 


II. CORINTHIANS VI.. 1, Gala- 




-10, Galatians, 455. 


tians, 149; James, 351. 




-17, Galatians, 122. 


4, 10, Galatians, 30; Philip- 




-18, Pastoral Epistles, 369. 


pians, 356; James, 292. 


II. 


CORINTHIANS XL, 1, Gala- 


9, Pastoral Epistles, 75. 




tians, 122, 169. 


10, Galatians, 383; Peter, 25. 




-2, Mark, 63; Ephesians, 246, 


n-13, Galatians, 408. 




371; Revelation, 51, 243. 


13, Galatians, 275. 




-3, Ephesians, 400. 


14, Ezra, 151. 


— 


-3, 4, 12, 22, 26, Galatians, 


15, Hebrews, 325. 




109. 


16, Exodus, 376. 




-6, Galatians, 277. 


17, 18, Isaiah II., 454. 




-7, Mark, 329. 


18, Galatians, 229. 




-10, Ephesians, 293; James, 


II. CORINTHIANS VII., 1, Leviti- 




307- 


cus, 356. 


— 


-13, Galatians, 12, 84, 85; 


4, Ephesians, 430. 




Ephesians, 239; Pastoral 


5-7, Galatians, 36, 451; Pas- 




Epistles, 301. 


toral Epistles, 361. 




-13, Galatians, 133. 



//. CORINTHIANS XI.— COVENANT 



101 



II. CORINTHIANS XI., 14, Ephe- 
sians, 401; Pastoral Epistles, 
78. 

'6, 33, Galatians, 30. 

23-27, Galatians, 453; Phil- 

ippians, 356. 

24, Acts I., 244; Galatians, 

322; Pastoral Epistles, 361; 
James, 127. 

25, Daniel, 263; Acts II., 285. 

26, Galatians, 451. 

31, James, 307; Peter, 18. 

32, Acts II., 81. 

33, Peter, 182. 

II. CORINTHIANS XII., 1, Gala- 
tians, 57, 67, 122. 

- — 1-7, Pastoral Epistles, 242. 

3, 7, 18, Pastoral Epistles, 

361. 

4, Revelation, 14. 

7, Song of Solomon, 220; Ro- 
mans, 233; Galatians, 277, 
278; Pastoral Epistles, 78. 

7-g, James, 330. 

8, 9, Philippians, 356. 

9, 10, Romans, 345; Gala- 
tians, 455; Revelation, 212. 

13, Leviticus, 179. 

15, Galatians, 281. 

19, Galatians, 36; James, 307. 

20, Peter, 63. 

II. CORINTHIANS XIII., 1-10, 
Galatians, 45. 

4, Galatians, 450, 456; Revela- 
tion, 13. 

5, Romans, 22; Philippians, n. 

11, Galatians, 394; Ephesians, 

435; Philippians, 172. 

12, Peter, 231. 

CORNELIUS, the Centurion, Acts 
II., 92-141. 



CORNILL, Karl Heinrich, Jere- 
miah II., 315, 319, 322; Eze- 
kiel, 60, 72, 109, 123, 133, 
201, 248, 269, 374, 451,466, 
491; Daniel, 73, 116, 266, 
272 : Twelve Prophets I., 22, 
73, 173, 192, 204, 225, 301, 
358; II., 41, 81, 86, 124, 144, 
168, 170, 380, 386, 498. 

COSIN, Bishop John, Pastoral 
Epistles, 328. 

COUNCIL OF HIPPO, James, 17. 

COUNCIL OF JERUSALEM, Acts 
II., 219-244; James, 35, 61. 

COUNCIL OF LIEGE, James, 341. 

COUNCILS, Histories of, Acts II., 
219. 

COURT OF THE GENTILES, 
Acts I., 158. 

COURTESY, The law of, Deuter- 
onomy, 420-424. 

COVENANT and mercy, Ezra, 179. 

broken, Jeremiah I., 248-279; 

II., 141-154- 

Impossibility of failure, He- 
brews, 97-108. 

Nehemiah and the, Ezra, 307- 

316. 

New, Jeremiah 1., 121; II., 

346-356; Hebrews, 131-179. 

of promise, Galatians, 196- 

210. 

Old, not renewable, Hebrews, 

82-96. 

Promises and threats of, Le- 
viticus, 519-540. 

Two, II. Corinthians, 11 2-1 26. 

The two, fundamentally the 

s me, Hebrews, 47-65. 

with Abraham, Genesis, 134- 

146, I59-I7I- 



102 



CO VENANT— CROSS 



COVENANT with Israel ratified, 


CRETE, The church in, Pastoral 


Exodus, 367-374. 


Epistles, 212 215, 271. 


with Noah, Genesis, 72-75. 


CRIMINOLOGY, Petting crimi- 


COVETOUSNESS, Numbers, 272, 


nals, Leviticus, 429. 


282; Deuteronomy, 87; 


Punishment, Leviticus, 421- 


Joshua, 182, 183; II. Kings, 


43i- 


61; Job, 330; Proverbs, 30; 


CRISP, Dr. Tobias, Sermons, Acts 


Ecclesiastes, 169; Colossians, 


!■> 134- 


278; Peter, 287. 


CRISPIN, St., Acts I., 161, 162. 


forbidden, Exodus, 328-330. 


CRISPUS, Acts II., 325, 326. 


COWARDICE word, John II., 289- 


CRITICISM, Proverbs, 181. 


293- 


and faith, Deuteronomy, 34. 


COWPER, William, Romans, 101. 


and a late hand, Deuteronomy, 


COX, Samuel, Thessalonians, 299. 


119. 


CRAMER, J. A., Catena, Acts II., 


and morals, Philippians, 341. 


46. 


Dangers of, Deuteronomy, 


CREATION and Christ, Colos- 


348. 


sians, 76-81. 


Danites, Judges, 345. 


The Biblical account not new 


Indifference to, Ecclesiastes, 


to contemporaries, Genesis, 8. 


201, 224. 


Biblical account not scientific, 


of sermons, I. Corinthians, 101. 


Genesis, 1-14. 


CROESUS, Isaiah II., 113, 123. 


difficulties in the two accounts, 


and the oracles, Isaiah II., 


Genesis, 3. 


114. 


a fact, Genesis, 9. 


defeated by Cyrus, Isaiah II., 


Meaning of, Psalms III., 114. 


144- 


Poem of, Proverbs, 112. 


CROMWELL, Oliver, at the storm- 


a spiritual conception, Genesis, 


ing of Bristol, Judges, 117; 


2, 3- 


Isaiah I., 160-162, 220. 


The true theory gradually dis- 


CROSS, The, Attractive force of, 


covered, Genesis, 7. 


John II., 45-61. 


Two accounts, Genesis, 2, 3. 


the death of law, Colossians, 


Vastness of, Genesis, 12. 


213-220. 


CREDIT in modern commerce, 


Enemies of, Philippians, 281- 


Deuteronomy, 370. 


298. 


to be preserved, Proverbs, 79. 


Shadow of, Matthew, 142-172. 


CREDNER, Karl A., Pastoral Epis- 


Symbolism of the inscription, 


tles, 8. 


Matthew, 2. 


CREMATION, Daniel, 177. 


Test of, Matthew, 227-233. 


CREMER, Hermann, Lexicon, 


to be kept in sight, Galatians, 


Galatians, 199. 


23, 167- 



CROSS— CYRUS 



103 



CROSS, the triumph over evil, 

Colossians, 220-225. 

use of the word, Hebrews, 281. 

CRUCIFIXION, Day of, Matthew, 

376-428; Mark, 424-431; 

John II., 319-347- 
Place of the, Song of Solomon, 

75, 76; Matthew, 422; Luke, 

396. 

• See Jesus Christ. 

CRUELTY and vanity, Ezra, 372- 

378. 
CUD WORTH, Ralph, Intellectual 

System, Acts II., 315. 
CULTURE, Judges, 20, 88. 

afflicting religion, Judges, 228. 

and humanity, Exodus, 24. 

CUNNING of Saul, I. Samuel, 299. 
CURIOSITY and temptation, Gen- 
esis, 21. 

dangerous, Genesis, 21. 

of the men of Bethshemesh, I. 

Samuel, 82. 
CURSE of Cain, Genesis, 44. 
CUSH, a Benjamite, Psalm I., 58. 
CUSH ANRISHATHAIM, Judges, 

69, 72. 
CYNICISM, Hebrews, 96, 190; 

James, 66, 315. 
Evils of, Pastoral Epistles, 29- 

3i. 



CYNICISM, a form of false witness, 

Exodus, 327. 
CYPRIAN, St., Acts I., 386; II., 

401; Pastoral Epistles, 295; 

Hebrews, 95; James, 368; 

Peter VI.; John Epistles, 177. 
CYPRUS, Acts I., 216. 
Gospel in, Acts II., 196, 201, 

206, 258. 
CYRENIACS, James, 265. 
CYRIL OF JERUSALEM, Acts I., 

66; II., 396; Pastoral Epistles, 

341; James, 7, 17. 
CYRUS, Ezra, 12-23; Ecclesiastes, 

43; Isaiah II., 7-12, 162-176. 
as messiah, Isaiah II., 167- 

175- 
Capture of Babylon, Isaiah II., 

146, 178. 

Edict of, Ezra, 24-35. 

■ an elect instrument, Isaiah II., 

253- 
Greek and Hebrew account of, 

Isaiah II., 164, 169. 
Jehovah's claim on, Isaiah II., 

130, 144, 162, 166. 
not a monotheist, Isaiah II., 

40, 165, 179. 
not a prediction but fulfillment, 

Isaiah II., 9, 11, 66, rn sq. 



104 



DAILY WORSHIP— DANIEL VIII. 



D 



DAILY WORSHIP, Numbers, 345. 
DALE, R. \V., Ephesians, 38, 49, 

192, 356- 
DAMASCUS, Isaiah I., 95, 120, 

122, 274; Jeremiah II., 248- 

250; Twelve Prophets I., 124; 

Acts II., 30, 36. 
DAN, son of Jacob, blessed by his 

father, Genesis, 441. 
DAN, the tribe, in the time of 

Samson, Judges, 339. 

Inheritance of, Joshua, 322. 

Moses blesses, Deuteronomy, 

469. 

stealing gods, Judges, 340. 

Daniel compared with Joseph, Gen- 
esis, 326, 366. 
Historic existence of, Daniel, 3-12. 
in the lions den, Daniel, 218- 

230. 
DANIEL, the Book, Daniel, 113- 

122; Revelation, 176. 
apocalyptic section, Daniel, 

71-77- 
authorities consulted, Daniel, 

IX-XII. 

Chronological tables, Daniel, 

333-334- 
concluding vision, Daniel, 292- 

318. 

Epilogue of, Daniel, 319-332. 

External evidence, Daniel, 98- 

112. 
General structure of, Daniel, 

63-66. 
General tone of, Daniel, 27-29. 



DANIEL, Genuineness not certain, 

Daniel, 88-97. 
Internal evidence, Daniel, 78- 

87. 

Language of, Daniel, 13-23. 

Moral element of, Daniel, 34- 

38. 

Peculiarities of historical sec- 
tion, Daniel, 39-62. 

The Ram and the He-goat, 

Daniel, 252-267. 

The seventy weeks, Daniel, 268- 

291. 

Standpoint of, Daniel, 31-33. 

Style of, Daniel, 29-30. 

Theology of, Daniel, 67-70. 

Unity of, Daniel, 24-26. 

DANIEL I., 6, II. Kings, 317, 
424. 

DANIEL III., 6, II. Kings, 31 2. 

23, Revelation, 181. 

■ -27, 28, Hebrews, 263. 

DANIEL IV., 30, Jeremiah II., 71. 

DANIEL VI., 22, Hebrews, 263. 

DANIEL VII., 2-8, Revelation, 219. 

7, 8, Revelation, 286. 

8, Revelation, 236. 

9, Peter, 339. 

10, Hebrews, 301. 

13, 14, Mark, 411; Ephesians, 

47- 

17, 23, Revelation, 284. 

25, Revelation, 177. 

DANIEL VIII., 10, Revelation, 

202. 
17, Revelation, 17. 



DANIEL IX.— DA VID 105 


DANIEL IX., 4, Deuteronomy, 123. 


DAVID, and Hanun, II. Samuel, 


5, Psalms III., 142. 


146-157. 


25, Isaiah I., 131. 


and Jonathan, I. Samuel, 292, 


27, Revelation, 177. 


317-328, 360. 


DANIEL X., 5, Jeremiah I., 232. 


and the king of Tyre, II. Sam- 


13, 21, Revelation, 205. 


uel, 78. 


DANIEL XL, 7, 20, 21, Ephe- 


and Mephibosheth, II. Samuel, 


sians, 416. 


134-145- 


29, Jeremiah I., 342. 


and Nabal, I. Samuel, 378- 


31, Song of Solomon, 118. 


390. 


DANIEL XII., 1-3, Revelation, 206. 


and Uriah, II. Samuel, 158- 


■ 2, Ezekiel, 350. 


168. 


4, Revelation, 379. 


at Adullam, I. Samuel, 341- 


12, Peter, 332. 


344- 


DANTE, Daniel, 141, 163; Mat- 


at Hareth, I. Samuel, 345- 


thew, 362; John Epistles, 3. 


35i- 


John Morley on, Deuteronomy, 


at Keilah, Ziph and Maon, I. 


488. 


Samuel, 354-365. 


State of, Job, 35. 


at Nob and Gath, I. Samuel, 


DAPHNE, Acts II., 157, 158. 


329-340. 


DARBY, J. N., Acts I., 382. 


at Ziklag, I. Samuel, 379. 


DARIUS, Ezra, 72, 95-99; Ecclesi- 


brings the ark to Jerusalem, 


astes, 52; Daniel, 57. 


II. Samuel, 85-96. 


DARKNESS, The plague of, Exo- 


Burial of, I. Kings, 103-104. 


dus, 161-166. 


compared with Joseph, Gene- 


DARWIN, Charles, Proverbs, 16; 


sis, 326. 


Isaiah I., 191-193; Matthew, 


compared with Saul, I. Samuel, 


167; Pastoral Epistles, 27; 


216. 


James, 56; John Epistles, 249. 


Conquests of, Joshua, 254. 


DATHAN and Abiram, Numbers, 


Court life of, I. Kings, 70-80. 


195, 205. 


Death bed of, I. Kings, 94- 


DAVID, Absaloms revolt, II. Sam- 


104. 


uel, 217-228. 


Decrepitude of, I. Kings, 61- 


Administration of the king- 


69. 


dom of, II. Samuel, 121-133. 


Domestic troubles of, II. Sam- 


and Barzillai, II. Samuel, 301- 


uel, 193-216. 


3i3- 


Early life of, I. Samuel, 265- 


and the civil war, II. Samuel, 


277. 


26-49. 


escapes by the aid of Michal, 


and Goliath, I. Samuel, 278- 


I. Samuel, 307. 


291. 


Faith of, Hebrews, 263. 



106 



DA VID—DA V ID SON 



DAVID, Famine in the reign of, 
II. Samuel, 326-337. 

flees from Jerusalem, II. Sam- 
uel, 229-240. 

flees to Mahanaim, II. Samuel, 

341-352. 

flees to Samuel, I. Samuel, 312. 

Foreign wars of, II. Samuel, 

109-120. 

grief for Absalom, II. Samuel, 

277-288. 

harper to Saul, I. Samuel, 

267. 

Insurrection of Sheba, II. Sam- 
uel, 314-325- 

Jesus Christ the Lord of, Mark, 

341-343- 

Justification of, Romans, 110- 

114. 

Last battles of, II. Samuel, 

338-349- 
Last prayer of, Chronicles, 313- 

319- 
Last words of, II. Samuel, 

362-375- 
made King of all Israel, II. 

Samuel, 62-72. 
marriage of, I. Samuel, 301- 

304- 

marries Abigail, I. Samuel, 388. 

Official dignity of, Chronicles, 

161-168. 
Personal history of, Chroni- 
cles, 142-160. 
proposes to build a temple, II. 

Samuel, 97-108. 
Rebellion of Adonijah, I. Kings, 

81-93. 
rebuked by Nathan, II. Samuel, 

169-180. 
reigns at Hebron, II. Samuel, 

14-25- 



DAVID, Repentance of, II. Samuel, 
181-192. 

returns to Jerusalem, II. Sam- 
uel, 289-300. 

Review of the life of, II. Sam- 
uel, 395-400. 

Samuel anoints, I. Samuel, 253- 

264. 

Saul jealous of, I. Samuel, 292- 

299. 

Saul's efforts against, I. Sam- 
uel, 305316. 

second flight to Gath, I. Sam- 
uel, 391-403. 

Song of Thanksgiving, II. Sam- 
uel, 350-362. 

spares the life of Saul, I. Sam- 
uel, 366-377. 

The Kingdom established, II. 

Samuel, 73-84. 

takes Jerusalem, II. Samuel, 

69. 

Tomb opened, Acts I., 125. 

Tribe and dynasty, Chronicles, 

I33-I4I- 

typifying Christ, I. Samuel, 

261, 426; II. Samuel, 65, 349. 

wars with the Philistines, II. 

Samuel, 79-83. 

Wives of, II. Samuel, 39. 

DAVIDSON, A. B., quoted, Job, 
11, 96, 311, 333; Isaiah II., 
I 5> !7, I2i, 206, 239, 299, 
317, 342; Jeremiah II., 84; 
Ezekiel, 109, 117, 184, 191, 
194, 276, 366, 3S9, 410,412, 
476; Twelve Prophets I., no, 
in; II., 27, 41, 43, 44, 45 , 
59, 84, 117, 123, 124, 145, 
152, 154,318, 380, 382, 393, 
421,432. 



DA V ID SON— DECALOGUE 



107 



DAVIDSON, A. B., on Moses, 
Deuteronomy, 483. 

on sacrifices, Deuteronomy, 

245. 

DAVIDSON, Samuel, quoted, Job, 
6; Daniel, 35; Ephesians, 4; 
James, 45, 55, 112. 

DA VIES, T. LI., Pastoral Epistles, 
301. 

DAY OF ATONEMENT, Leviticus, 
256-263, 463; Numbers, 356; 
I. Kings, 188. 

DEACONS elected, Acts I., 252- 
258. 

originated in Apostles times, 

Acts I., 279. 

DEACONESSES, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 155, 158. 

DEAD, The, in Christ, Thessa- 
lonians, 169-184. 

Prayers for, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 325-330. 

DEAD SEA region, Joshua, 297. 

DEATH as a penalty, Leviticus, 
420. 

Conception of, Numbers, 3. 

the curse of Sin, Genesis, 28. 

Darkness typical of, Exodus, 

163. 

Defilement, Numbers, 53, 220. 

desired, Numbers, 128. 

Faith and, Psalms I., 147. 

Finality of, Job, 187. 

Hebrew recoil from, Numbers, 

4- 

— — in the plans of God, Joshua, 
45- 

Influence of a mother's, Gene- 
sis, 319. 

influences life, Genesis, 226. 

Knowledge of, John Epistles, 

150-152. 



DEATH, Nearness to,Genesis, 418. 

not the end, Ecclesiastes, 233. 

not terrible, Proverbs, 41. 

not to be escaped, Ecclesiastes, 

273- 

of Christ, John I., 326. 

oftherighteous, Numbers, 296. 

promotes life, Joshua, 44. 

the punishment of sin, Genesis, 

25- 

Ready for, Philippians, 68. 

a spiritual conception, He- 
brews, 43. 

tests faith, Numbers, ^7. 

to life, Ephesians, 95-108. 

The wages of sin, Joshua, 261. 

DEATH OF THE FIRSTBORN, 
Plague of the, Exodus, 167- 
170, 193-195- 

DEBORAH the prophetess, 
Judges, 91-105. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 261. 

Judgeship of, Judges, 135. 

not unmerciful, Judges, 117. 

Song of, Numbers, 383 ; Judges, 

106-134. 

DEBORAH, nurse of Rebekah, dies, 
Genesis, 316. 

DE BROGLIE, Emilio, VEglise et 
VEmpire, Acts II., 273. 

DEBT among the Hebrews, Leviti- 
cus, 496-498; Deuteronomy, 

4I5-4I7- 

DECALOGUE, The, First com- 
mandment, Exodus, 289-294. 

Second commandment, Exo- 
dus, 295-302. 

Third commandment, Exodus, 

302-305. 

Fourth commandment, Exo- 
dus, 305-312. 



108 



DECALOGUE— DEMON POSSESSION 



DECALOGUE, Fifth command 

ment, Exodus, 312-314. 
Sixth commandment, Exodus, 

3I5-3I9- 

Seventh commandment, Exo- 
dus, 319-321. 

Eighth commandment, Exo- 
dus, 321-324. 

Ninth commandment, Exodus, 

324-328. 

Tenth commandment, Exodus, 

328-330. 

its substance, Deuteronomy, 

73-IQ5- 
a moral code, Deuteronomy, 

75- 
Negative form of the, Deuter- 
onomy, 98. 
Prologue to the, Exodus, 286- 

289. 
Structure of the, Exodus, 2S4; 

Deuteronomy, 60-72. 
DECISION, Lack of, Luke, 167. 

a necessity, I. Corinthians, 219. 

DECREES OF GOD wrongly used, 

Exodus, 80. 
DEFOE, Daniel, Proverbs, 267. 
DE GUERIN, Maurice, Ecclesi- 

astes, 321. 
DEISM and positivism, Job, 36s. 
DELAYED EXPECTATION of 

Abraham, Genesis, 136, 13;. 

of Christianity, Acts I., 62. 

of Israel, Luke, 17. 

of Job, Job, 269. 

DELILAH and Samson, Judges, 

313 sq. 
DELITZSCH, F., Psalms I., 6, 
101, 210, 274, 296, 314, 368; 
II., 21, 59, 75, 79, SS, 184, 
202, 203, 213, 224, 271, 276. 



279, 309, 340, 345. 353- 36o, 
363. 37^. 3S1. 39S. 405.406, 
409. 416, 421, 423. 435.474, 
482, 4S4. 4S5, 495, 496, 500; 
III.. 24, 27. 42. 66, 71, 73, 7+ 
90, 104, 132. 133, 148, 167, 
175. 191, 194, 201, 206. 208, 
233, 27S, 290, 295, 311, 319, 
347- 349, 3i7- 3^7- 388, 391, 
399,401, 402. 407, 409, 421, 
42;. 441, 453; Proverbs, 99, 
346; Ecclesiastes, S. 13. 20,52, 
90; IsaiahL, I47;IL, 121, 163, 
211. 270, 299, 417,435.464; 
Ezekiel, 194; Daniel, 17. 18,47, 
60. 129, 133, 17"; Twelve 
Prophets II., 39, 154, 45 2 5 
John II., 176; Romans, 262. 

Hebrews, 114. 

and the day of Atonement, 

Numbers, 357. 

DELIVERING TO SATAN, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 74. 

DELUGE. Genesis, 55-67. 

Chaldean account of the, Gene- 

esis, 63. 

Extent of the, Genesis, 55. 

Moral aspects of, Genesis, 57. 

New Testament use of the, 

Genesis, 64. 

Purpose of, Genesis, 72. 

A type of baptism, Pastoral 

Epistles, 289. 

DE LYRA, Nicholas, Hebrews, 25S. 

DEMAS, Luke and, Colossians, 
398-401; Pastoral Epistles. 
409, 410. 

DEMETRIUS, Acts II., 350, 369. 
372-375; John Epistles, 302. 
303- 

DEMON POSSESSION, Luke, 153- 
156. 



DEMONS— DEUTERONOMY IX. 



109 



DEMONS, Faith of, James, 149, 

156. 
DEMOSTHENES, Daniel, 82. 
DENUNCIATION, James, 181. 

easy, II. Corinthians, 69. 

Oriental, Isaiah II., 416. 

DEPENDENCE, Ignoble, Judges, 

297. 

DEPRECIATION, There must be 
no, I. Corinthians, 289. 

DERBE, Acts II., 200, 216, 260. 

DERENBERG AND SAGLIO, Dic- 
tionaire des Antiq., Acts II.- 
361. 

DESCARTES, Rene, Proverbs, 16. 

DESERTION of Christ, John I., 
235- 

DESPAIR, Faith born of, II. Cor- 
inthians, 23-34. 

DESPONDENCY, How God deals 
with, I. Kings, 424-430. 

of Elijah, I. Kings, 415-423. 

DESTRUCTION not progress, 
Judges, 156. 

DETERMINISM, James, 93, 95. 

DEUTERONOMY, Jeremiah I., 18- 
23; Ezekiel, 6. 

— — Authorship and age of, Deuter- 
onomy, 1-36. 

found by Hilkiah, II. Kings, 

399-401. 

Historic setting of, Deuter- 
onomy, 37-47- 

DEUTERONOMY I., 17, Ezekiel, 
440. 

27, Psalms III., 146. 

44, Psalms III., 236. 

DEUTERONOMY II., 5, 8, 12, 

Twelve Prophets II., 170. 

25, I. Samuel, 102. 

DEUTERONOMY III., 23, Peter, 
218. 



DEUTERONOMY IV., 3, Jeremiah 

I., 200. 

7, Psalms II., 361. 

18, Jeremiah I., 200. 

19, II. Kings, 361; Jeremiah 

I., 240. 
20, Exodus, 144; Ephesians, 

SO. 

24, II. Kings, 18. 

25, Jeremiah I., 17. 

26, Jeremiah I., 85. 

34, Psalms III., 368. 

40, Psalms III., 421. 

DEUTERONOMY V., 1, Psalms II., 

420. 

11, Twelve Prophets II., 3^7. 

12, Jeremiah I., 372. 

15, Leviticus, 455. 

22, Galatians, 218. 

27, 28, Hebrews, 304. 

DEUTERONOMY VI., 3, Jeremiah 

I., 165. 
4, Psalms II., 467; Galatians, 

220. 
5, Psalms II., 466; Jeremiah 

n., 33+ 

25, Luke, 335. 

DEUTERONOMY VII., 2, Num- 
bers, 137, 182. 
3, Chronicles, 77; "Ezra., 

138. 
9, Ezra, 178; Psalms III., 

108. 

16, Jeremiah I., 78. 

25, Isaiah I., 420. 

DEUTERONOMY IX., 6, Jeremiah 

II., 291. 

7, Twelve Prophets II., 248. 

16, 19, Hebrews, 300. 

25, Psalms III., 146. 

27, Daniel, 97. 



110 DEUTERONOMY X.— DEUTERONOMY XXV. 



DEUTERONOMY X., 12, 13, 
James, 232. 

17, Psalms III., 367. 

20, Jeremiah I., 132. 

21, Jeremiah I., 359. 

■ 22, Acts I., 310. 

DEUTERONOMY XI., 6, Psalms 
III., 145- 

12, Twelve Prophets I., 402. 

14, James, 293. 

24, Psalms II., 411. 

DEUTERONOMY XII., 11, Twelve 
Prophets, 336. 

13, 14, I. Kings, 121. 

■ 15, 16, 20-24, Leviticus, 369. 

■ 44, Psalms I., 368. 

DEUTERONOMY XIII., 1, Twelve 
Prophets I., 17. 

1-3, Exodus, 352. 

1-5, Jeremiah II., 340. 

5, 9, IS, Chronicles, 352. 

7, Isaiah I., 420. 

DEUTERONOMY XIV., 1, Jere- 
miah I., 335. 

28, Twelve Prophets I., 160. 

DEUTERONOMY XV., in, Le- 
viticus, 489; Ezra, 254, 257. 

6, 28, Psalms I., 368. 

7, 8, Ezra, 258. 

10, Jeremiah I., 23. 

12, Jeremiah II., 146, 347. 

16, 17, Romans, 176. 

21, Twelve Prophets II., 337. 

DEUTERONOMY XVI., 9, Ezekiel, 
468. 

DEUTERONOMY XVII., 3, II. 
Kings, 361. 

14-20, I. Kings, 242. 

16, II. Samuel, 217; I. Kings, 

148; Chronicles, 171. 
20, Jeremiah I., 105. 



DEUTERONOMY XVIII., 3, Eze- 
kiel, 442. 

4, Matthew, 74. 

10, Daniel, 81, 146. 

12, Jeremiah I., 23. 

15-19, Matthew, 296. 

18, Chronicles, 269. 

21, Jeremiah I., 359. 

21, 22, Twelve Prophets II., 

536. 

DEUTERONOMY XIX., 15, II. Cor- 
inthians, 373. 

DEUTERONOMY XX., 5-7, Ezra, 
331- 

13. II. Kings, 73. 

19, 20, II. Kings, 34. 

DEUTERONOMY XXI., 13, Ezra, 
137- 

14, Peter, 135. 

17, II. Kings, 21. 

23, Galatians, 194. 

DEUTERONOMY XXIL, 10, II. 
Corinthians, 240. 

22, Leviticus, 550. 

23, 24, Leviticus, 404, 405. 

DEUTERONOMY XXIIL, 1, Gala- 
tians, 328. 

1-8, Ezra, 137. 

2, Twelve Prophets II., 153. 

22, Leviticus, 540. 

DEUTERONOMY XXIV., 1, Mat- 
thew, 268. 

1-4, Jeremiah I., 107. 

14, James, 280. 

16, II. Kings, 168; Ezekiel, 

146. 

DEUTERONOMY XXV., 1, John 

Epistles, 183. 

4, Twelve Prophets I., 288. 

5-10, Leviticus, 381, 384. 

13, Leviticus, 414. 

17, 18, Joshua, 25. 



DEUTERONOMY XXVI.— DE WETTE 



111 



DEUTERONOMY XXVI., 5, I. 


DEUTERONOMY XXXII., 8, Jere- 


Kings, 52; II. Kings, 246. 


miah I., 126. 


DEUTERONOMY XXVII., 4, 8, 


9, Jeremiah I., 240. 


Joshua, 207. 


10-12, Twelve Prophets I., 228. 


4-19, Joshua, 203. 


11, 12, Revelation, 211. 


6, James, 6y. 


15, Jeremiah I., 91; Jeremiah 


26, Galatians, 188. 


IE, 238. 


DEUTERONOMY XXVIII., 1-8, II. 


16, Jeremiah I., 162. 


Kings, 405. 


17, Psalms III., 150; James, 


3-5, Ephesians, 24. 


153- 


6, I. Kings, 125. 


21, Romans, 280. 


15, Jeremiah I., 2005 Gala- 


22, Psalms II., 465. 


tians, 188. 


24, Psalms III., 21. 


21-26, Jeremiah I., 314. 


30, Twelve Prophets I., 179. 


■ 25, Jeremiah I., 23, 169. 


31, I. Corinthians, 137. 


30, Jeremiah I., 179; Twelve 


35, Romans, 342. 


Prophets II., 39. 


36, Psalms III., 364; Jeremiah 


34, Twelve Prophets I., 24. 


II., 32; Hebrews, 192. 


36, Jeremiah I., 201. 


39, Jeremiah I., 187. 


44, Jeremiah I., 295. 


49, Ezekiel, 374. 


52-58* H- Kings, 78. 


DEUTERONOMY, XXXIII., 2, 


64, Psalms III., 147; Ezekiel, 


Twelve Prophets II., 1 5 1 ; Gala- 


178. 


tians, 217; Hebrews, 301. 


DEUTERONOMY XXIX., 17, Jere- 


8-1 1, Joshua, 348. 


miah I., 201. 


18, 19, Twelve Prophets I., 


18, Hebrews, 287. 


271. 


19, Jeremiah I., 121. 


26, Peter, 265. 


22, Romans, 289. 


27, Psalms III., 6; Twelve 


29, Romans, 276. 


Prophets, 270. 


DEUTERONOMY XXX., 6, Colos- 


29, Peter, 218. 


sians, 200. 


DEUTERONOMY XXXIV., 9, Acts 


12-14, Romans, 268. 


I., 284. 


DEUTERONOMY XXXI., 14, 


10, Exodus, 100. 


Joshua, 35. 


DEUTERONOMY XXXVI., 1, Dan- 


23, Joshua, 35. 


iel, 180. 


26, Exodus, 377. 


DEUTSCH, EMMANUEL, Ecclesi- 


DEUTERONOMY XXXII., Psalms 


astes, 280, 281. 


I., 156. 


DE VOGUE, Le Temple de Jerusa- 


2, Psalms II., 282, 424. 


lem, Acts I., 158, 165. 


■ 4, Psalms HI., 32; Jeremiah 


DE WETTE, W. M. L., II. Corin- 


I-, 79- 


thians, 165; James, 378. 



112 



DIANA— DISTRUST 



DIANA. Acts II., 331, 360, 362. 

376; Ephesians, 123; Pastoral 

Epistles, 84, 198. 
DIDACHE, See Teaching of the 

Twelve Apostles. 

DIDRON, M., Isaiah I., 186, 187, 
326. 

DIDYMUS OF ALEXANDRIA, 
James, 369, 422. 

DIES IRAE, Song of Solomon, 
263; John Epistles, 219. 

DILIGENCE, Proverbs, 139, 262 
sq. ; Pastoral Epistles, 368- 
370; Peter, 246. 

DILLMANN, August, quoted, 
Isaiah II., 338, 349, 387, 392, 
435, 436, 457, 459; Daniel, 
77; James, 438, 440. 

on ancient Hebrew culture, Le- 
viticus, 390. 

on blessing and curse, Deuter- 
onomy, 231. 

on the Day of Atonement, 

Leviticus, 258. 

on the law of the Jubilee, Levit- 
icus, 491. 

on Tithes, Leviticus, 560. 

DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Pastoral 

Epistles, 296. 
DIOGNETUS, James, 4. 
DION CASSIUS, Acts II., 163, 

204. 
DION CHRYSOSTOM, Acts II., 

276, 377- 
DIONYSIUS, the Areopagite, Acts 

II., 317, 318, 320. 
DISCIPLES, The twelve, Call of 

the first, Matthew, 52-56; 

Mark, 17-20; Luke, 162-176; 

John I., 53-66. 
Characteristics of, Mark, 80- 

87. 



DISCIPLES, Choice of, Mark, 

75-80. 
The commission, Matthew, 

I37-I4I- 

Jesus and, Mark, 247 254. 

The mission, Matthew, 132- 

137; Mark, 167-170. 
DISCIPLINE, Acts II., 107. 
Church, II. Corinthians, 72- 

83; Thessalonians, 205-214, 

3-3-3^7- 
Doom or, Twelve Prophets I., 

181-195. 

Faith a, Hebrews, 250-253. 

The finest, Numbers, 238. 

necessary to the church, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 72, 72,. 
of children of God, Numbers, 

59; L Kings, 412. 

of conscience, Hebrews, 175. 

— — of humanity, Numbers, 325. 
DISCONTENT, The spirit of, 

Joshua, 305. 
DISEASES communicated to men 

by animals, Leviticus, 291, 375. 
Jews not subject to, Leviticus, 

294. 
DISOBEDIENCE, Conscientious, 

Pastoral Epistles, 27S. 
DISORDER, Social, Numbers, 165. 
DISPERSION, The, Matthew, 6; 

James, 50-54; Peter, 4. 
DISPOSITION, A passionate, 

Proverbs, 203-214. 
shown in choice of occupation, 

Genesis, 30. 
DISTRIBUTION, Economic, Prov- 
erbs, 136. 

The law of, Joshua, 279-282. 

DISTRUST of David, I. Samuel, 

395. 



D IV IN A TION—D O VE 



113 



DIVINATION forbidden, Leviti- 
cus, 408; Numbers, 263; Deut- 
eronomy, 335. 

DIVINE GOVERNMENT, Num- 
bers, 187; Deuteronomy, 48- 
59; I. Samuel, 29. 

DIVINE GUIDANCE, Numbers, 
268; Joshua, 99. 

DIVINE REVELATION, Continu- 
ous, Genesis, 134. 

Method of, Genesis, 88. 

Progressive, Exodus, 55; Deu- 
teronomy, 344. 

Purpose of the, Deuteronomy, 

93- 

uses mind as it is, Deuteron- 
omy, 107. 

DIVISION OF LAND, Numbers, 
330. 

DIVORCE, Pastoral Epistles, 120. 

— — Christ on, Matthew, 268-270; 
Mark, 263-267. 

■ Cruelty of,Twelve Prophets II., 

363. 

in the time of Ezra, Ezra, 

150-151- 

Law of, Deuteronomy, 403. 

Tendency to, Leviticus, 384. 

DOCETISM, John Epistles, 26, 44, 
50-52. 

DOCTRINE and ethics, Ephesians, 
304-320. 

Continuity of, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 336-340. 

Development of, James, 380- 

387- 

the outgrowth of experience, 

Philippians, 367. 

Strange, Hebrews, 317. 

DOCUMENTARY THEORY OF 
THE PENTATEUCH, Deuter- 
onomy, 7, 471; Joshua, 15. 



DODDRIDGE, Philip, quoted, Ec- 

clesiastes, 262. 
DODS, Dr. Marcus, Act. II., 360; 

Revelation, 64. 
DOEG, THE EDOMITE, I. Sam- 

uel . 345-353; Psalms II., 144. 
DOGMATISM, Job, 136. 
DOGS, David's enemies compared 

to, Psalms II., 202. 
DOLLINGER, Dr. Johann J. I., 

Acts II., 145; Ephesians, 264; 

Pastoral Epistles, 8, 129; 

James, 30, 31, 153, 273, 328, 

400. 
DOMITIAN, " Emperor, James, 

324; John Epistles, 11, 163. 
DONALDSON, James, Greek 

Grammar, John Epistles, 77, 

103, 217, 301. 
DONATELLO, Proverbs, 1S3. 
DORCAS, Acts II., 97. 
DORNER, I. A., Ephesians, 372; 

James, 116, 390. 
DOTHAN, Elisha at, II. Kings, 67- 

75- 
DOUAY VERSION, James, 295. 
DOUBLE-MINDEDNESS, James, 

245. 
DOUBT, Lessons of, Psalms II., 

335- 

of God's presence, Genesis, 70; 

Numbers, 164; Judges, 206. 

DOUGHTY, C. M., Arabia Deserta, 
quoted, Job, 20; Isaiah I., 
394; II., 190, 241; Twelve 
Prophets I., 126, 134, 179, 
186, 398; II., 179, 399. 

DOULCET, Louis, in Rev. des quest. 
History, Acts I., VIII. 

DOVE, Sending forth of Noah's, 
Genesis- ji. 



114 



DOXOLOG Y—D YER 



DOXOLOGY addressed to Christ, 
Pastoral Epistles, 249. 

of Jude, James, 463-470. 

DRAMA OF LIFE, Numbers, 330. 

DREAM of Jacob, Genesis, 282- 
292. 

of Joseph, Genesis, 329. 

of Pharoah, Genesis, 361. 

of Pharoah's servants inter- 
preted, Genesis, 350. 

once a revelation of God, He- 
brews, 10. 

DRESS of women, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 101. 

DRIVER, S. R., Isaiah II., 12, 14, 
16, 281, 435, 459; Jeremiah 
II., 244, 296, 319, 322; Eze- 
kiel, 402; Daniel, 18, 21; 
Twelce Prophets II., 117, 118, 
128, 167, 380, 422, 432,498, 
506. 

on authorship of Deuter- 
onomy, Deuteronomy, 4. 

on the fundamental truth of 

Deuteronomy, Deuteronomy, 
232. 

DROUGHT in the time of Jere- 
miah, Jeremiah I., 300-363. 

DRUMMOND, Henry, James, 423; 
John Epistles, 131. 

DRUNKENNESS, Proverbs, 76, 
275, 287; Isaiah I., 44-47, 
152, 153; Galatians, 37 2 "374- 

Effects of, Ezra, 364. 

DRUSILLA, Acts II., 431, 447- 



DUALISM, Job, 166. 

DUHM, Bernhard, quoted, Isaiah 
II., 216; Ezekiel, 41; Twelve 
Prophets I., 135, 202, 366; 
II., 380, 451. 

on Deuteronomy and proph- 
esy, Deuteronomy, 249. 

DUHR, J., Journey's of Hadrian, 
Acts II., 306. 

DUUMVIRI, Acts II., 275. 

DUTY, Deuteronomy, 141, 143; 
Judges, 300, 415; Job, 8S; 
Ecclesiastes, 254, 309; Twelve 
Prophets II., 522; Matthew, 

85-95- 

and example, Romans, 3S9- 

392- 

and the Incarnation, John I., 

14-17. 

and the Lord's presence, Ro- 
mans, 369-373- 

and the second advent, Ro- 
mans, 361-373. 

and tolerance, Romans, 374- 

388. 

Civil, Romans, 348-352. 

The Lord's example and, Ro- 
mans, 393-402. 

Love and, Romans, 359-360. 

Personal conduct and, Ro- 
mans, 336-347- 

The state, Romans, 353-35S. 

DWELLING HOUSES, The Jubi- 
lee and, Leviticus, 494-496. 

DYER, Sir Edward, Proverbs, 356. 



EA RNES TNESS—ED OM 



115 



EARNESTNESS, I. Corinthians, 
221; Hebrews, 100. 

EARTHQUAKE, Isaiah I., 50; 
Twelve Prophets I., 182. 

EATING, The figure of, John I., 
219. 

Holiness in, Leviticus, 367- 

378- 

EBAL and Gerizim, Joshua, 201- 
210. 

EBED MELECH, the Ethiopian, 
Jeremiah II., 165. 

EBENEZER of Samuel, I. Samuel, 
103. 

EBIONISM, Acts I., 120; II., 6; 
James, 83. 

ECCLESIASTES, The book, 
Authorship, Ecclesiastes, 7. 

Date of, Ecclesiastes, 8-19. 

Design of, Eccllsiastes, 27. 

Form of, Ecclesiastes, 20-27. 

Translated, Ecclesiastes, 69- 

110. 

ECCLESIASTES I., 6, 8, Prov- 
erbs, 22. 

ECCLESIASTES II., 4-6, 1. Kings, 
225. 

8, I. Kings, 131. 

ECCLESIASTES V., 5, 6, Leviti- 
cus, 550. 

ECCLESIASTES VIII., 17, Jere- 
miah I., 209. 

ECCLESIASTES IX., 5, 6, Job, 
188. 

7, Proverbs, 61. 

ECCLESIASTES X., 6, Psalms III., 
369- 



ECCLESIASTES XII., 14, Joshua, 
176; Peter, 358. 

ECCLESIASTICUS, Proverbs, 9, 
12, 22, 81, 139, 144, 169, 
184, 218, 250, 306, 400; Jere- 
miah I., 93, 95, 313; II., 369; 
Daniel, 12, 202; James, 68-74, 
109, 281; Peter, 348, 350. 

ECKHEL, Josephus, Oncoins, Acts 
IL, 163. 

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF IS- 
RAELITE LIFE, Deuter- 
onomy, 355-376. 

ECSTASY, Pastoral Epistles, 
241; Hebrews, n, 53. 

EDINBURG REVIEW, James, 77. 

EDOM, Isaiah I., 94, 276, 438, 
440. 

ally of Israel, II. Kings, 31. 

Amaziah and, II. Kings, 170. 

Amos and, Twelve Prophets I., 

128-131. 

and Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 227, 228, 

$27, 332. 

and Israel, Chronicles, 50; 

Psalms II., 209; Twelve Proph- 
ets, II., 177-184. 

and Jeremiah, Jeremiah II. , 

243-247. 

becomes free, II. Kings, 102. 

David wars against, II. Sam- 
uel, 116. 

Doom of, Song of Solomon, 

301-304. 

Israel debarred from, Num- 
bers, 231. 



116 



EDOM—ELI 



EDOM, Malachi and, Twelve 

Prophets II., 349-352. 
Obadiah and, Twelve Prophets 

II., 164 sq. 
EDEN, The garden of, Genesis, 

15-27- 
EDERSHEIM, A.. Matthew, 17, 

389; Acts II., 14. 
EDUCATION. Judges, 273; Prov- 
erbs, 52-64, 303-313- 
during the captivity, EcclesL 

astes, 283. 

for life work, Chronicles, 216. 

Gratitude to teachers, Ecclesi- 

astes, 301. 
— — Moral, slow, Judges, 61. 
Mosaic view of, Deuteronomy, 

146-167. 

of the wilderness, Numbers, 256. 

• prevents lapse, Deuteronomy, 

163. 
EDWARDS, Jonathan, quoted, 

Job, 273. 
EGNATIAN ROAD, Acts II., 271. 

EGYPT, Isaiah I., 92, 96, 197 sq., 
222-275. 

Abraham in, Genesis, 96-107. 

Administration of Joseph, 

Genesis, 369-382. 

and Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 262-283. 

and her aliens, Exodus, 17. 

and Hezekiah, II. Kings, 298. 

and Jeremiah, Jeremiah II., 

220-229. 

Assyria and, II. Kings, 251, 

276, 298. 

defeated at Carchemish, II. 

Kings, 423. 

Israel in, Genesis, 323 sq. 383 

sq. ; Exodus, 2. 

Israel under supernatural di- 
rection, Joshua, 7. 



EGYPT, Jeremiah goes to, Jere- 
miah IL, 187-196. 

Joseph in, Genesis, 341 sq. 

Religion of, Deuteronomy, 

130132- 

Shepherd king of, Genesis, 99. 

Temples of, Chronicles, 109. 

Trust in, Jeremiah I., 74-113; 

Ezekiel, 102-106. 

Worship of, Exodus, 1 23 ; Num- 
bers, 43. 

EHUD, Judges, 76-87. 

EKRON, Isaiah I., 308. 

The ark at, I. Samuel, 76. 

ELAH, king of Israel, I. Kings, 

3ii, 336. 

ELAM, Genesis, 122 sq. ; Jeremiah 
II., 255, 257. 

ELDADandMedad, Numbers, 130. 

ELDERS (or Presbyters), Pas- 
toral Epistles, 67, 112, 118, 
165, 213, 217; James, 323- 

327- 
Four and twenty, Revelation, 

69. 

ELDERS, Seventy, chosen, Num- 
bers, 128. 

critics of Moses, Numbers, 200. 

ELEAZAR and Ithamar, Num- 
bers, 31. 

Death of, Joshua, 400, 401. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 264. 

installed as high-priest, Num- 
bers, 241. 

ELECTION, Ephesians, 28; Peter, 

7- 

signs of, Thessalonians, 37-52. 

Work of the trinity in, Peter, 

316. 
ELI, Laxity of, I. Samuel, 37, 

41-45- 



ELI-ELLICOTT 



117 



ELL, Message to, I. Samuel, 45- 

48, 56. 
Samuel brought to, I. Samuel, 

22-24. 
Wickedness of the sons of, I. 

Samuel, 39-41. 
ELIAB rebukes David, I. Samuel, 

282. 
ELIAKIM, Isaiah I., 317; Ezekiel, 

107. 
ELIASHIB, the high priest, Ezra, 

218. 
ELIHU and Job, Job, 341-377. 
ELIJAH and Ahab, I. Kings, 377- 

382. 

and Ahaziah, II. Kings, 10-18. 

and Jereboam, Chronicles, 

396- 
and the rain, I. Kings, 399- 

403- 

and Solomon compared, I. 

Kings, 497-499. 

appears, I. Kings, 357-371. 

Ascension of, II. Kings, 19-28. 

at Sarepta, I. Kings, 372-376. 

at the transfiguration, Mat- 
thew, 238, 243; Mark, 237. 

■ denied by touching the dead, 

Hebrews, 155. 

Despair of, I. Kings, 415-423. 

Flight of, I. Kings, 404-414. 

his faith, Hebrews, 263. 

Legend of, Ecclesiastes, 315. 

on Mt. Carmel, I. Kings, 383- 

39«- 

Prayers of, James, 344. 

Removal of, Hebrews, 220. 

Return of, Twelve Prophets, 

37i- 

sudden appearances, Hebrews, 

o. 



ELIMELECH goes to Moab, 1. 

Samuel, 366-367. 
ELIOT, George, John Epistles, 45, 

46. 
ELIPHAZ apparently right, Job, 

ii3- 

Character of, Job, 102. 

First speech of, Job, 99-116. 

his religion, Job, 114. 

his second speech, Job, 187. 

his third speech, Job, 269. 

jealous for God, Job, 191. 

a pure Temanite, Job, 189. 

Vision of, Job, 106. 

ELISHA and the ascension of 

Elijah, II. Kings, 19-24. 

and Hazael, II. Kings, 90-9S. 

and John, II. Kings, 110-112. 

■ and Naaman, II. Kings, 49-65. 

and the siege of Samaria, II. 

Kings, 76-86. 
and the Syrians, II. Kings, 

66-75. 

The call of, I. Kings, 445-450. 

compared with Elijah, II. 

Kings, 41. 

Death of, II. Kings, 179. 

Miracles of, II. Kings, 40-49. 

Stories of, II. Kings, 25-28. 

ELIZABETH, mother of John the 

Baptist, Luke, 34-39. 
ELIZABETH, Queen, Last days of, 

II. Samuel, 308. 
ELKANAH, I. Samuel, 3. 
offering at Shiloh, I. Sanv.ul, 

21. 
ELKOSH, Twelve Prophets II., ;S- 

80. 
ELLICOTT,C. J., Galatians, 229; 

Ephesians, 42; Thessaloniuns, 

43, 117- 



118 



EL YMAS—EPHESIANS II. 



ELYMAS, Acts II., 203; Pastoral 
Epistles, 75. 

EMANATIONS, Doctrine of, He- 
brews, 21 sq. 

EMANIA. Acts I., no. 

EMBER SEASONS, Acts II., 194. 

EMERSON, Ralph Waldo, quoted, 
Job, 257; Proverbs, 146. 

EMIGRATION, causes of, Judges, 
366. 

EMMAUS, The walk to, Luke, 
405 ; I. Corinthians, 349. 

EMOTION in religion, Pastoral 
Epistles, 244-247; John Epis- 
tles, 194. 

EMPLOYER and employee, 
Judges, 390. 

ENCOURAGEMENT. Romans, 
29; Thessalonians, 210-211. 

■ of Nehemiah, Ezra, 244. 

END DOES NOT JUSTIFY 
MEANS, Genesis, 273; Judges, 
104; I. Kings, 294. 

ENDEAYOR, Law of, Numbers, 

324- 
ENDOR, Joshua, 303. 

Saul at, I. Samuel, 404-415. 

Witch of, I. Samuel, 409. 

ENDURANCE, Exodus, 227. 
ENERGY in disaster, Exodus, 39. 
ENGEDI, Genesis, 124; Ezekiel, 

4S8. 

David at, I. Samuel, 354, 369. 

ENJOYMENT, Job, 54. 
ENMITY, Hard to escape from, 

Judges, 71. 
ENOCH, Genesis, 51-54; Psalms 

II., 101, 346. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 219, 220. 

ENTHUSIASM not to be quenched, 

Thessalonians, 235-238. 



ENTHUSIASM, of Ezra, Ezra, 

114. 115. 

of faith. Numbers. 303. 

of humanity. James, 231. 

of the Israelites, Numbers, 3S3, 

Power of, Acts II., 269; I. 

Corinthians, no. 
EPAPHRAS, Acts II., 350; Colos- 

sians, 21, 35-37, 394397- 
EPAPHRODITUS, Philippians, 

157-170. 
EPHESIAN LETTERS, Acts II., 

355- 

EPHESIANS, The Epistle, He- 
brews, 52. 

and Colossians, Colossians, 1. 

conclusion, Ephesians, 425- 

440. 

Introduction, Ephesians, 3-18. 

EPHESIANS I., 1, Acts II., 60. 

3, Revelation, 370. 

3-6, Peter, vii., iS. 

4-6, Galatians, 151. 

5-9, Galatians, 149. 

6, Luke, 56. 

7, Leviticus, 34; Colossians, 

64; James, 115. 

9, Pastoral Epistles, 132; 

Peter, 135. 

14, Galatians, 172. 

15, Galatians, 229; Colossi- 
ans, 434. 

18, John Epistles, 218. 

19, II. Corinthians, 26. 

21, Peter, 145, 301. 

22, Revelation, 2. 

EPHESIANS II., 2, Colossians, 
209; Peter, 299; Revelation, 

273- 

5, 8, Romans, 229. 

7, Galatians, 77, 152. 



EPHESIANS II.—EPHESUS 119 


EPHESIANS II., 8, Galatians, 


EPHESIANS IV., 25, Psalms I., 


151; Revelation, 322. 


in. 


10, II. Corinthians, 206; Peter, 


28, Exodus, 324. 


129; John Epistles, 125; He- 
brews, 268; Revelation, 83. 


32, Peter, 120. 

EPHESIANS V., 1, 2, Galatians, 


11-13, II. Corinthians, 198; 

Galatians, 237. 
12, Chronicles, 199; Peter, 73. 


354- 

2, Leviticus, 34. 

5, Galatians, 355. 


13, Peter, 191. 


6, Philippians, 132; Colos- 

sians, 279. 


15, Galatians, 239. 


9, Galatians, 185. 


20, James, 456. 

21, Pastoral Epistles, 392. 


11, Daniel, 102. 

13, Romans, 346. 


22, Exodus, 375; Romans, 234; 


14, II. Corinthians, 246; 


James, 455. 


James, 233. 


EPHESIANS III., i-ii, Galatians, 


15, Romans, 324. 


74- 


18, Exodus, 293. 


2, 8, RemanSj— 1#; Galatians, 


19, James, 319, 321. 


121. 


22, 23, Song of Solomon, 45. 


3, 9, Pastoral Epistles, 132. 


25-27, Revelation, 370. 


4-6, Galatians, 237. 


26, Pastoral Epistles, 285, 286; 


7, 8, Galatians, 152. 


Hebrews, 187. 


8, Romans, 298. 


27, Colossians, 101. 


15, Exodus, 313; Leviticus, 


29-32, Leviticus, 385. 


385- 


32, Mark, 63; Revelation, 321. 


16, Romans, 200, 214. 


EPHESIANS VI., 2, Exodus, 306. 


17, Romans, 371. 


5, Peter, 96. 


19, Romans, 15. 


9, Galatians, 114. 


EPHESIANS IV., i,Colossians,43. 


10, Pastoral Epistles, 424. 


2, Pastoral Epistles, 394; 


• 11, James, 249. 


Peter, 366. 


12, Pastoral Epistles, 343; 


3, Peter, 123. 


Revelation, 225. 


■ 4-6, Galatians, 125. 


13, Romans, 372. 


8, Acts I., 411; Peter, 74. 


15, Thessalonians, 225. 


9, 10, Galatians, 250. 


16, Peter, 58. 


11, Romans, 411; Pastoral 


18, James, 455; Peter, 129. 


Epistles, 66, 115. 


19, Pastoral Epistles, 132. 


13, Galatians, 239. 


21, Pastoral Epistles, 411. 


14, Galatians, 309. 


24, Galatians, 172. 


15, James, 256. 


EPHESUS, Church of, Acts II., 


17, Peter, 49. 


331-356; Revelation, 33, 44, 


19, Leviticus, 340. 


46. 



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EPHES US—E THIOPIA N E UXUCII 



EPHESUS, Council of, Acts II., 
2 58. 

in the time of John, John Epis- 
tles, 13-15. 

John at, John Epistles, 10, 11. 

Paul at. Acts II., 331-384. 

Riot of, Acts II., 357-384. 

Timothy at, Pastoral Epistles, 

21. 84, 198. 265. 320, 323. 

EPHOD. The, Leviticus, 194. 

of Gideon. Judges, 200, 201. 

EPHRAIM. The tribe, Psalms II.. 
3.SS; Twelve Prophets I., 271, 
275- 

and Jephthah, Judges, 254- 

2 57- 

blessed bv Moses. Deuter- 
onomy, 467. 

EPHRAIM blessed by Jacob, Exo- 
dus, 421. 

born, Genesis, 372. 

Inheritance of Manassah and, 

Joshua, 300-311. 

EPHREM SYRUS, James, 370; 
Peter, xiii. 

EPICTETUS. Ecclesiastes, 3. 4, 
297: Thessalonians, 392. 

EPICURUS and Epicureans, Dan- 
iel, 139; James, 265, 283. 

EPIMENIDES, Acts II.. n; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 224. 225. 

EPIPHANIES. Acts I., 66; II., 6; 
John Epistles, 52. 

EPISCOPACY, Pastoral Epistles, 
107, 112. 114, 221. 

EQUALITY, Proverbs. 294. 

ERASMUS. Desiderius, James, 
222. 351, 353. 4iS; Peter, 
xvii. 

Blunder of, fudges, 133. 

ERASTUS. Pastoral Epistles, 414, 
415. 



ESARHADDON. II., Kings, 343, 

366; Chronicles, 446. 

Inscription of, II. Kings, 492. 

ESAU and Jacob, Genesis, 254- 

266. 

hairy, Genesis, 258. 

Jacob afraid of, Genesis, 295. 

meets Jacob on his return, 

Genesis, 310. 
Repentance of, Genesis, 255- 

277- 
Representative of worldly 

sport, Hebrews, 2S7. 
sells his birthright, Genesis, 

262. 
ESCHATOLOGY of the Gospel, 

Luke, 35^-363- 

Rose water, Job, 55. 

ESDRAELON, Plain of, I. Samuel, 

429. 
ESSENES, Hebrews, 26, 320 sq. ; 

James, 306. 
ESTEEM of man for man, Deuter- 
onomy, 421. 
ESTHER, The Queen, Ezra, 3S2- 

39i- 

ESTHER, The book, Ezra, 351- 
360. 

Exposition of, Ezra, 361-404. 

ESTHER VII.. 8, Mark, 412. 

ETERNITY in theheart, Ecclesias- 
tes, 183, 190, 216. 

ETHBAAL I., I. Kings, 349. 

ETHBAAL II., Ezekiel, 252. 

ETHICS, Doctrine and, Ephe- 
sians, 305-320. 

of the Gospel, Luke, 336-351. 

of the Old Testament, I. Kings, 

101-102. 

ETHIOPIAN EUNUCH, The, Acts 
I.. 398-419- 



E THIOPIA NS— EXILE 



121 



ETHIOPIANS, Numbers, 136; 

Isaiah I., 93, 222, 275. 
ETHUARCH, Acts II., 153. 
EUCHARIST, Celebration of, Acts 

n., 393-401. 

EUBULUS, Pastoral Epistlcs, 4 i 5 . 

EUNICE, Pastoral Epistles, 21, 
388. 

EUODIA AND SYNTYCHE, Phil- 
ippians, 320-322. 

EUSEBIUS, Jeremiah II., 53; Dan- 
iel, 96; Acts I., vii., 9, 65, 
79, 102, 156, 323, 344, 418, 
419; II., 171, 1S1, 199, 241, 
320; Pastoral Epistles, 6, 14, 
26, 37, 257, 371, 379, 415, 
418, 419; James, 2, 14, 17, 
162; John Epistles, 12, 96, 
163. 

EUTHALIUS, James, 6, 7. 

EUTYCHIANISM,ActsI., 48, 314. 

EUTYCHUS, Acts II., 403. 

EVANS, T. S., Pastoral Epistles, 
287; John Epistles, ix. 

EVE tempted, Genesis, 15 sq. 

EVIDENCES, argument from de- 
sign, Genesis, 9. 

EVIL DOERS, their society dis- 
tasteful, Psalms I., 253, 254. 

EVIL MERODACH, Jeremiah II., 
85, 86; Daniel, 203. 

EVIL THOUGHT, Deuteronomy, 
88. 

EVOLUTION and creation, Gene- 
sis, 10; Proverbs, 113. 

of religion, 180. 

Physical, completes nothing, 

Job, 241. 

reveals Divine wisdom, Job, 

318. 

Spiritual, Judges, 4, 85, 109; 

Job, 58. 



EWALD, H., Job, 11, 15, 218; 
Psalms I., 59, 101, 233, 274, 
363; II., 59, 65, 105, 256, 
337, 340, 418; HE, 16, 17, 
81, 120, 215, 421; Isaiah I., 
4, 125, 156; II., 18, 121, 269, 
299, 336, 343, 387, 412, 415, 
435, 436; Jeremiah I., 12, 130, 
M4, 224, 401; Ezekiel, 71; 
Daniel, 20, 24, 31, 81, 85, 93, 
115, 130, 13'. 171, !88, 205, 
2 39, 297; Twelve Prophets I., 
295, 304, 358, 436; IL, 59, 
123, 127, 154, 168, 285, 308, 
362, 364, 377, 451, 498; Luke, 
90; II. Corinthians, 246; Ephe- 
sians, 229; Philippians, 173; 
Pastoral Epistles, 9, 407. 

on the pillar of the cloud, 

Numbers, 91. 

EXAMPLE and conversion, 
James, 359. 

Duty and, Romans, 389-392. 

of Jesus Christ, Romans, 393- 

399; Peter, 100; Tohn Epis- 
tles, 118^132. _ 

EXCITEMENT, Craving for, 
Judges, 310. 

Worship and, James, 315-320. 

EXCLUSIVENESS and its begin- 
nings, Ezra, 60-68. 

saved Judaism, Ezra, 10. 

EXCOMMUNICATION as taught 
by Paul, I. Corinthians, 113, 
128; Pastoral Epistles, 74, 303. 

EXERCISE, Bodily, profitable, 
Pastoral Epistles, 143-145. 

EXILE, Effects of. Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 279-281. 

EXILE, The, and the restoration, 
Jeremiah II., 308-364. 



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EXILE— EXODUS XV 



EXILE, The call to return from, 

Isaiah II., 71-235. 
Condition of exiles, Isaiah II., 

57- 

Commerce of, Isaiah II., 62. 

Correspondence with the ex- 
iles, Jeremiah II., 1 31-140. 
First deportation, Isaiah II., 

32- 
Israel at the end of, Isaiah II., 

66. 

Israel in, Isaiah II., 48-68. 

Literary efforts of, Isaiah II., 

59- 
March to Babylon, Isaiah II., 

48. 

Reason of, Isaiah II., 28. 

Religious life of the, Isaiah II., 

61. 
■ Return from, Ezra, 36-47; 

Isaiah I., 195, 401, 429, 440, 

443, 45o; IL, 381-467- 
Ruin and, Jeremiah II., 295- 

307- 
Second deportation, Isaiah II., 

35- 
Scriptural experience of the, 

Isaiah II. , 63. 
Traces in Jewish literature, 

Isaiah II. , 63. 
EXISTENCE, Meaning of, Genesis, 

14- 
EXODUS I., s, Acts I., 310. 
EXODUS IL, 2, Hebrews, 239. 

• u, Hebrews, 245. 

23, James, 281. 

EXODUS III., 5, Jeremiah I., 99. 

6, Matthew, 70; John I., 4. 

7, Jeremiah I., 159; Matthew, 

70. 
14, Matthew, iii., 14; Ephe- 

sians, 18. 
15, Psalms III., 364. 



EXODUS IV., 6, II. Kings, 63. 

10, Jeremiah I., 70. 

21, Chronicles, 288. 

22, Leviticus, 458 ; Luke, 115; 

Romans, 247. 
EXODUS V., 2, Daniel, 175. 
EXODUS VI. , 8, Psalms III., 147. 

18, Chronicles, 430. 

20, Leviticus, 381. 

EXODUS VII., 11, Daniel, 146. 

20, 21, Revelation, 141, 267. 

EXODUS IX, 10, Revelation, 267. 

15, 16, Peter, 88. 

23-25, Revelation, 140. 

29, Leviticus, 504. 

EXODUS X., 12-15, Revelation, 

146. 

21-23, Revelation, 144, 268. 

29, Jeremiah I., 171. 

EXODUS XL, 9, Psalms II., 132. 
EXODUS XII., 11, Mark 376. 

14, Matthew, 392. 

15, Numbers, 84. 

27, Jeremiah I., 165. 

33, Psalms III., 135. 

40, 41, Galatians, 204. 

EXODUS XIII., 11, Numbers, 38. 
12-15, Leviticus, 554; Ezekiel, 

181. 

13, Leviticus, 554. 

15, Psalms III., 364. 

19, Joshua, 23. 

EXODUS XIV., 24, Psalms IL, 

259. 

27, Psalms III., 369. 

28, Psalms III., 143. 

30, Chronicles, 382. 

31, Psalms III., 143. 

EXODUS XV., 1, Revelation, 19, 

261. 
3, Chronicles, 233. 



EXOD US XV.—EXOD US XXIV 



123 



EXODUS XV., 4, 21, Psalms I., 

ii, Psalms II., 379, 465; III., 

207. 

16, Psalms II., 379. 

17, Psalms I., 317. 

20, Daniel, 30. 

23, Revelation, 142. 

KXODUS XVI., 3, Jeremiah I., 78. 
EXODUS XVII. , 1-7, Deuter- 
onomy, 465; Psalms III., 52. 

7, Psalms IE, 419. 

12, Twelve Prophets IE, 140. 

13, Joshua, 26. 

16, Daniel, 202. 

EXODUS XVIII., 11, Daniel, 
202. 

13, Deuteronomy, 386. 

19, Jeremiah E, 96. 

25, Ezekiel, 440. 

EXODUS XIX., 3-5, Matthew, 70; 

Ephesians, 50; Revelation, 

211. 
5, Psalms E, 235; Ephesians, 

60; Peter, 77. 
6, Jeremiah E, 290; IE, 279; 

Romans, 41 1; Peter, 72. 
• 18, Hebrews, 306; Revelation, 

265. 
EXODUS XX., 2, Psalms IE, 421. 
6, Deuteronomy, 123; Psalms 

HE, 108. 

8, Jeremiah I., 367, 372. 

11, Deuteronomy, 67, 68. 

12, Ephesians, 382. 

17, Romans, 196. 

19, Galatians, 218. 

20, Deuteronomy, 112. 

24, Deuteronomy, 19; Joshua, 

206; I. Kings, 121; Ezekiel, 

399- 



EXODUS XXE, 2, Jeremiah!., 146; 

II., 347- 

3, 4, Leviticus, 501. 

S, 6, Romans, 176. 

6, Psalms IE, 70. 

7, Ezra, 255. 

7, 8, Leviticus, 404. 

12, 23-36, Leviticus, 483. 

14, I. Kings, 91. 

22, Deuteronomy, 383. 

EXODUS XXIE, 2, Jeremiah E, 

104. 
4, 7, 9, Jeremiah I., 342; 

Revelation, 307. 

8, Psalms IE, 70. 

9, Jeremiah L, 146. 

17, Deuteronomy, 336. 

19, Deuteronomy, 171. 

20, Chronicles, 352. 

25, Ezra, 251. 

28, John Epistles, 95. 

29, Jeremiah I., 157; IE, 286; 

Ezekiel, 181. 
EXODUS XXIII., 4, s, Jeremiah I., 

265. 

10, Jeremiah IE, 146. 

11, Deuteronomy, 430. 

12, Jeremiah I., 373. 

18, Jeremiah I., 165. 

19, Jeremiah I., 78. 

20, Daniel, 180; John E, 4. 

EXODUS XXIV., 1, 9, 10, Leviti- 
cus, 241. 
6, Philippians, 9. 

7, Leviticus, 524; Jeremiah IE, 

346- 

10, Ezekiel, 28. 

13, Joshua, 28. 

14, Jeremiah I., 146. 

20, Deuteronomy, 19. 



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EXOD I 'S XX J \ —EXP OSI 7 OA' 



EXODUS XXV., 10, Jeremiah I., 

121. 

20, Revelation, j$. 

31-40, Leviticus, 475. 

EXODUS XXVI., 1, Revelation, 70. 
EXODUS XXVII., 20, I. Samuel, 

52. 

EXODUS XXVIII., Leviticus, 191. 

17, 19, Ezekiel, 258. 

26, John Epistles. 13. 

35, Leviticus, 196. 

36-38, Leviticus, 197. 

38, Leviticus, 262. 

39-4 2 , Ezekiel, 439. 

41, Jeremiah I., 67. 

42, 43, Leviticus, 201. 

EXODUS, XXIX, 30, John Epis- 
tles, 13. 

36, Jeremiah I., 67. 

38-46, Leviticus, 60; Ezekiel, 

473- 

EXODUS XXX., 7, 8, I. Samuel, 
52; Chronicles, 422. 

11-16, Chronicles, 405; Eze- 
kiel, 453. 

13, Ezekiel, 452; Mark, 308. 

22-23, Leviticus, 201. 

39, 40, Leviticus, 80. 

EXODUS XXXI., 3, Ephesians, 93. 

12-17, Leviticus, 520. 

13, Leviticus, 454. 

14, 15, Jeremiah I., 367. 

17, Deuteronomy, 6S. 

EXODUS XXXII. , 9, Jeremiah II., 
291. 

15-20, Deuteronomy, 324. 

17, Joshua, 28, 29. 

26, Joshua, 342. 

26-35, Chronicles, 224. 

31, 32, Ezra, 141 ; Jeremiah I., 

358. 



EXODUS XXXIII.. 1 1. Joshua. 30; 
I. Kings, 125; Proverbs, 233. 

13, Psalms III., 414. 

20, Daniel, 262. 

23, Ezekiel, 38. 

EXODUS XXXIV., 2, I. Kings, 
430. 

6, Psalms III., 42S; Jeremiah 

I., 306; Twelve Prophets I., 
435; Peter, 158, 349. 

7, Psalms III., 108; Revela- 
tion, 321. 

9, Pastoral Epistles, 325. 

11, Numbers, 137. 

15, 16, Song of Solomon, 44. 

17-26, Ezekiel, 181. 

19, Romans, 253. 

20, Jeremiah II., 2S6. 

23, Leviticus, 453. 

29-35, II- Corinthians, 130. 

34, II. Corinthians, 132. 

EXODUS XL., 18, Psalms, 75. 

35, Revelation, 264. 

EXODUS OF THE HEBREWS, 
Exodus, 195-198. 

Route of the, Exodus, 196. 

EXPEDIENCY condemned, I. 
Samuel, 215. 

of Saul, I. Samuel, 214. 

EXPERIENCE, Advancement is 
through, Genesis, 335. 

Argument of, Colossians, 112. 

cannot be passed on, Deuter- 
onomy, 164. 

confirmatory, Psalms I., 369. 

Personal, Leviticus, 217, 231; 

Psalms II., 20. 

teaches faiths-Genesis^ 255, 

EXPOSITOR, The, Acts I., 395; 
II., viii.; Galatians, 98, 218; 
Hebrews, 162; James. 98, 115; 
Revelation, 79, 122. 329, 391. 



EXPOSURE— EZEK'IEL XXVII. 



125 



EXPOSURE a punishment of sin, 


EZEKIEL V., 10, II. Kings, 452. 


Song of Solomon, 114. 


EZEKIEL VL, 11, Revelation, 90. 


EXTREME UNCTION, James, 


EZEKIEL VII., 9, Jeremiah II., 


332-334- 


277. 


EZEKIEL and Isaiah, Ezekiel, 35- 


16, II. Kings, 448. 


38. 


23, Jeremiah II., 277. 


and Jeremiah, Ezekiel, 13-25. 


EZEKIEL VIII., 14, Twelve Proph- 


and the Messiah, Isaiah II., 


ets II., 483. 


404. 


16, Daniel, 226. 


attitude towards the heathen 


17, II. Kings, 440. 


world, Ezekiel, 141. 


EZEKIEL IX., 2, Daniel, 192. 


Call of, Ezekiel, 42-55. 


6, Peter, 192. 


compared with Jeremiah, 


EZEKIEL XL, 19, II. Corinthians, 


Isaiah II., 34, 46. 


109. 


conception of salvation, Eze- 


22, II. Kings, 453. 


kiel, 357-366. 


EZEKIEL XII., 2, Jeremiah II., 


conception of sin, Ezekiel, 139. 


273- 


picture of captivity, Isaiah II., 


13, II. Kings, 459; Daniel, 49. 


59- 


24, Song of Solomon, 82. 


a prophet of the Exile, Eze- 


EZEKIEL XIII., 1-23; II. Kings, 


kiel, 3. 


444. 


relation to the Pentateuch, 


6, 7, Song of Solomon, 82. 


Ezekiel, 396-403. 


10, II. Kings, 450. 


Sabbath law of, Numbers, 348. 


EZEKIEL XIV., 14, Jeremiah I., 


sin bearer, Isaiah II., 352. 


158. 


vision of a theocracy, Ezekiel, 


21, Jeremiah I., 314. 


381-499. 


EZEKIEL XVI., 8, Jeremiah I., 


EZEKIEL I., 13, 14, Revelation, 


78. 


73- 


15-34, II. Kings, 441. 


21, Daniel, 81. 


23, Song of Solomon, 44. 


26, Daniel, 248. 


25, Jeremiah I., 108. 


28, Revelation, 17. 


34, Jeremiah I., 98. 


EZEKIEL II., 6-8, II. Corinthians, 


53, Psalms, 131. 


294. 


EZEKIEL XVII., 1-6, II. Kings, 


9, 10, Revelation, 76, 158. 


438. 


18, Isaiah II., 426. 


4, Ecclesiastes, 41. 


EZEKIEL III., 4, Revelation, 158. 


7 10, II. Kings, 445. 


16-21, Song of Solomon, 281. 


10, James, 86. 


I'.ZEKIEL IV., 1-3, II. Kings, 447. 


12, II. Kings, 424, 437. 


13, 14, Daniel, 130. 


13, 14, Jeremiah II., 97. 


16, 17, Revelation, 92. 


15, II. Kings, 425, 445. 



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EZEKIEL XVII.—EZEKIEL XXXVI. 



EZEKIEL XVII., 17, Jeremiah 

II., 149- 

22, Twelve Prophets II., 31. 

25, II. Kings, 444. 

EZEKIEL XVIII., 2-30, II. Kings, 

15- 

3, 4, Song of Solomon, 322. 

20, Chronicles, 447; Jeremiah 

II., 341- 

21-23, Chronicles, 449. 

EZEKIEL XIX., 1-4, II. Kings, 

412. 

3, 4, Jeremiah II., 8. 

5-7, Jeremiah II., 84. 

6-9, II. Kings, 434. 

6, 7, 15-18, Leviticus, 370. 

11, 12, Exodus, 309. 

18, Jeremiah I., 225. 

23, Psalms III., 147. 

25, Galatians, 219. 

32, Acts I., 227. 

EZEKIEL XXL, 20-24, H- Kings, 

446. 

21, Jeremiah II., 143. 

28-32, II. Kings, 447. 

EZEKIEL XXII., 1-12, Jeremiah 

II, 277. 

25, Peter, 225. 

26, Twelve Prophets II., 69. 

28, Song of Solomon, 82. 

30, Psalms III., 146. 

EZEKIEL XXIII., 4, Twelve Proph- 

ets II, 238. 
15, Ecclesiastes, 41; Daniel, 

206. 

27, James, 227. 

34, Twelve Prophets II, 68. 

EZEKIEL XXV, 4, 5, 10, Twelve 

Prophets II, 168. 

9, Jeremiah II, 237. 

12-14, Song of Solomon, 302. 



EZEKIEL XXVI, 7, Daniel, 153. 

16, Jeremiah I, 293. 

31, Jeremiah I., 232. 

EZEKIEL XXVII, 3, Song of Solo- 
mon, 82. 

17, Acts II, 183. 

18, Jeremiah I, 248. 

EZEKIEL XXVIII., 8, Jeremiah I, 
232. 

12, Song of Solomon, 82. 

13, Revelation, 263. 

-24, II. Corinthians, 352. 

EZEKIEL XXIX, 3, Daniel, 238; 
Revelation, 202. 

4, II. Kings, 340. 

10, II. Kings, 475. 

17, Daniel, 10. 

EZEKIEL XXX, 3, Peter, 3,27. 

EZEKIEL XXXI, 2-15, Daniel, 
219. 

3-18, Daniel, 189. 

11, Isaiah I., 137. 

EZEKIEL XXXII, 2, Daniel, 238. 

21, Isaiah I., 137. 

EZEKIEL XXXIII, 31, I. Kings, 
220. 

EZEKIEL XXXIV., 2-5, Jeremiah 

I, 101. 

4, Ephesians, 410. 

16, I. Kings, 397. 

23, 24, Chronicles, 144; Isaiah 

II, 404. 

EZEKIEL XXXV, 5, Twelve 
Prophets II, 180. 

10-15, Isaiah I, 439. 

12, Twelve Prophets II., 1S2. 

EZEKIEL XXXVI, 20, Romans, 
69. 

——25, Twelve Prophets II.. 4S4. 

25-27, Galatians, 351; Revela- 
tion, 101. 



EZEKIEL XXXVI.— EZRA IX. 



121 



EZIiKIEL XXXVI., 26, Psalms, 
136; II. Corinthians, 109. 

35, Twelve Prophets II., 415. 

EZEKIEL XXXVII., 1.4, Daniel, 

324- 

9, Daniel, 11, 108. 

16, 17, Joshua, 301. 

25, Isaiah II., 244. 

EZEKIEL XXXVIII., 4, II. Kings, 

340- 

8, Jeremiah I., 171. ' 

21, Twelve Prophets II., 488. 

EZEKIEL XXXIX., 9, Revelation, 

338. 

14, Revelation, 339. 

17-20, Revelation, 328. 

EZEKIEL XL., 1, 2, Revelation, 

368. 

2-5, Revelation, 169, 365. 

EZEKIEL XLIII., 2, Revelation, 

368. 

3, Jeremiah I., 73. 

15, 16, Isaiah I., 211. 

EZEKIEL XLIV., 1-3, Revelation, 

368. 
9-16, Ezra, 44; Jeremiah I., 

401. 
EZEKIEL XLVIII., 31, Revela 

tion, 365. 

35, Isaiah II., 148. 

EZER AND ELEAD, Chronicles, 

87-90. 



EZRA and foreign marriages, 

Ezra, 131-152. 
assembles the people at Jerusa- 
lem, Judges, 38. 
Cost of his success, Ezra, 153- 

162. 

Expedition of, Ezra, 1 19-130. 

Mission of, Ezra, 107-118. 

EZRA, The book, Ezra, 1-1 1 ; 

Twelve Prophets II., 204. 
EZRA I., 2, 3, Ecclesiastes, 62 ; 

Twelve Prophets II., 69. 

5, Joshua, 317. 

EZRA II., 2, Chronicles, 137. 
36-39, Chronicles, 103; Eze- 

kiel, 434. 

58, Ezekiel, 434. 

61-63, Chronicles, 47. 

63, Chronicles, 241. 

68, Ephesians, 416. 

EZRA III., 3, Ephesians, 416. 

11, Psalms III., 234. 

EZRA IV., 1-4, Twelve Prophets 

II., 218. 

2, Jeremiah I., 89. 

9, 10, Jeremiah II., 255. 

EZRA VI., 18, Chronicles, 104. 
EZRA VII., 6, Leviticus, 11. 

9, Psalms III., 290. 

12, Daniel, 153. 

15-20, Ezekiel, 435. 

EZRA IX., 1, Chronicles, 77. 
5, Ezekiel, 472. 



128 



FA BRICIUS—FA ITH 



FAERICIUS, Acts I., 25, 79; II., 

3i5. 367- 

FAILURE, Apparent, of the Gos- 
pel, Pastoral Epistles, 402. 

Impossibility of, Hebrews, 99. 

in our day, Judges, 162. 

Lesson of, Exodus, 85; Joshua, 

190, 191. 

Samson a type of, Judges, 320. 

Social, Job, 163. 

'• FAINT YET PURSUING," 
Judges, 191, 192. 

FAIRBAIRN, A. M., Job, 57; I. 
Corinthians, 335. 

FAIRBAIRN, Patrick, On proph- 
ecy, Revelation, 230. 

FAITH, Galatians, 224; Colossi- 
ans, 23-25; Thessalonians, 
365-369. 

Age of, Joshua, 139. 

Analysed, Genesis, 171. 

_. — and happiness, Job, 45. 

and prosperity, Mark, 155. 

and works, Luther quoted, Ex- 
odus, 282. 

and works, Romans, 1^5, 116; 

James, 135-148. 

an assurance and a prool, 

Hebrews, 198-209. 

Blessedness of, I. Samuel, 12. 

born of despair, II. Corinthi- 
ans, 23-34. 

A clear hope springs from, Gen- 

«. 
esis, 94. 

■ Conflict of, Hebrews, 272-289. 

Death tests, Numbers, 337. 



FAITH, Deficiencies of, Thessa- 
lonians, 125-128. 
delivered to the Saints, James, 

378-3&0. 

Development of, Judges, 4. 

Ebb and flow of, Judges, 233. 

Emotion helps, Exodus, 30. 

Enthusiasm of, Numbers, 303. 

- — Exultant songs of, Psalms I., 

260. 

for common needs, Genesis, 74. 

Growth of, Psalms II., 228. 

hindrance in its decay, Ezekiel, 

350, 35i- 
The holiness of Christ and, 

John I., 234. 

in Christ tested, John I., 250. 

in danger, Psalms I., 155. 

Loss of, Judges, 323. 

Moral results of, Isaiah I., 

106, 163. 

Necessity of, Matthew, 247. 

of Abel, Genesis, 35, 36; He- 
brews, 223-225. 
of Abraham, Genesis, 86, 87, 

141-144, 198-211, 242: Job, 

27; Hebrews, 212-229; James, 

156-161. 
of the Centurion, Luke, 195- 

208. 
of David, I. Samuel, 283-285, 

287. 

of demons, James, 149-156. 

of Enoch, Hebrews, 219. 

of Hannah, I. Samuel, n. 

of Hebrews deprecated, Judges, 

it8. 



FAITH— 


FARRAR 129 


FAITH of Jacob, Genesis, 419. 


FAITHLESSNESS is foolish, 


of Jew and Gentile contrasted, 


Numbers, 161. 


Romans, 264-267. 


of Israel, Judges, 82. 


of Job, Job, 67-81. 


FALL, The, Genesis, 15-27. 


of Jonathan, I. Samuel, 220- 


difficulties of interpretation, 


224. 


Genesis, 16. 


of Moses, Numbers, 336; He- 


FALLEN HUMANITY not to be 


brews, 232-256. 


misjudged, Exodus, 327. 


of Noah, Hebrews, 215. 


Our estrangement from, Exo- 


of Rahab, James, 161-164. 


dus, 19. 


of Thomas, John II., 375. 


FALSE DECRETALS, Acts I., 373. 


Politics and, Isaiah I., 221- 


FALSE REPORTS against re- 


237- 


formers, Acts I., 291. 


— — Power through, Judges, 203. 


in circulation, Thessalonians, 


power to shape history, Isaiah 


330. 


I., 109, 302. 


to be discredited, Exodus, 358. 


-a principle, Genesis, 133. 


FALSE WITNESS abominable to 


a principle of the old Testa- 


God, Proverbs, 91. 


ment, Exodus, 10. 


forbidden, Exodus, 324-328. 


Rarity of, Genesis, 170. 


in India, Deuteronomy, 86. 


Results of coming of, Gala- 


FAMILY, The Christian, Colossi- 


tians, 227-241. 


ans, 335-353; Hebrews, 241. 


• Righteousness of, Philippians, 


a Divine institution, Leviticus, 


217-236. 


430. 


Righteousness through, Ro- 


feast of new moon, Numbers, 


mans, 33, 34. 


350. 


■ taught by experience, Genesis, 


inheritance of character, I. 


255- 


Kings, 118. 


——taught in the books of Kings, 


life, Ephesians, 351-393. 


II. Kings, 485. 


lifenot unbroken, Joshua, 125. 


The test of, Genesis, 92, 93, 


plottings, Genesis, 267. 


117. 


-—Solidarity of, Psalms I., 370. 


Tests of, Pastoral Epistles, 


- — -Unhappiness in the, Genesis, 5 9. 


290. 


FAMINE in the reign of David, 


Three barriers of, Job, 235. 


II. Samuel, 326-337. 


Toilers furnish the army ofthe, 


in Samaria, II. Kings, 76-85. 


Judges, 128. 


FANATICISM, Proverbs, 287. 


True, Joshua, 216. 


FARRAR, F. W., Thessalonians, 


Victory of, Isaiah I., 352-367; 


312, 316, 317, 326; Pastoral 


II. Corinthians, 157-172. 


Epistles, 412; James, 32, 70, 


■■ work of, Thessalonians, 26. 


393, 399- 



130 FARRAR 


—FISKE 


FARRAR, F. \V.. Darkness and 


FELIX OF NOLA, II. Kings, 71. 


t/dzoi. Romans. 51. 


FELL, Bishop John, on Cyprian, 


St. Paul, Acts II., 15. 16, 19, 


Acts II., 401. 


20, 50, 51. 152. 


FELLOWSHIP.Consecration and. 


FASHION. I. Samuel. 11S. 


Leviticus, 224. 


FASTING, Christ, Luke, in. 


Human, Exodus, 76. 


Controversy concerning.Mark, 


in the church, Joshua, 162, 


61-66. 


163. 


ordered by Saul, I. Samuel, 


of the spirit, Philippians, 101. 


*33- 


Vital to the Passover, Exodus. 


Principle of, Matthew, 83, 84. 


172. 


FAT, Prohibition of, Leviticus, 99. 


with Christ, I. Corinthians, 29; 


FATALISM. Isaiah I., no. 


II. Corinthians, 171. 


FATHERHOOD OF GOD, Deuter- 


with Christ a necessity, Joshua, 


onomy, 74; Isaiah II., 453; 


69. 


Jeremiah I., 279; Twelve 


with God, Leviticus, 123. 


Prophets I., 290-29S: Luke, 


FERGUSON. Sir Samuel, Lays of 


136; Ephesians, 209-312; He- 


the Western Gael, Acts I., no. 


brews, 32. 145. 


FERRAR, Nicholas, Acts II., 176. 


FATHERS, The. and pagan cul- 


FESTUS. Acts II., 448. 


ture, Pastoral Epistles, 227, 


FIELD, Frederic, John Epistles, 


230- 2 3-- 


202. 


Back to, Job, 135. 


FILL THE Z«A r Z>, Numbers, 32. 


FAULTFINDING, Love of, James, 


FINDLAY, G. G., Epistles of Paul, 


251. 


Acts II., 60, 295. 


FEAR, Judges, 296. 


on Galatians, Acts II., 234. 


Atheism of, Isaiah I., 168-178. 


FINGAL AND ITS CHURCHES, 


Influence of, Joshua, 189. 


Acts I., 6. 


Lack of, among prophets, I. 


FIRMILIAN. BISHOP OF CAE- 


Kings, 4S2. 


SAREA, Peter, xii. 


of God, Exodus, 331; Psalms 


FIRSTBORN, Law of the, Exo- 


I- 327- 


dus, 199-204. 


FA YUM MSS., Acts I., 359; II., 


Number of, Numbers, 36. 


356- 


Sanctity of, Numbers, 37. 


FEASTS OF THE HEBREWS, 


FIRST-FRUITS, Day of, Numbers, 


Leviticus, 447-473; Numbers, 


354- 


351-359- 


FISHER, Edward, Marrow of Mod- 


FECHIN. St.. Acts II., 89, 27S. 


em Divinity, Acts I., 134. 


FEDERALIST THEOLOGY, He- 


FISKE, John, Destiny of man, 


brews, 126. 


quoted, Isaiah I., 390; John 


FELIX, Acts II., 430-432. 


Epistles, 250. 



FITZ—FRA UD 



131 



FITZ, Ralph, Archbishop of Ar- 


FORGIVENESS, Confession and, 


magh, Acts II., 227. 


Ezra, 141. 


FLATTERY, Proverbs, 168. 


Motive of, Colossians, 313- 


FLAVEL, John, concerning his 


3i5- 


father, I. Samuel, 203. 


of sin, Genesis, 44; Psalms II., 


FLESH, Christ's spirit and, Gala- 


129; III., 104; Isaiah I., 13, 


tians, 347-360. 


71 sq. 326-330, 361, 381; 


No confidence in the, Philip- 


Ezekiel, 361-364; Matthew, 


pians, 170-198. 


118-121 ; John I., 267; Philip- 


The word, Hebrews, 152. 


pians, 227-232; Colossians, 


Work of the, Galatians, 361- 


66-69, 211. 


374- 


of tresspasses, Matthew, 258- 


FLEURY, Claude, Ecclesiastical 


266. 


History, Acts II., 246. 


Repentance and, Chronicles, 


FLIES, The plague of, Exodus, 


448-454- 


137-140. 


FORMALISM, Ecclesiastes, 173, 


FLOCK, How to tend the, Peter, 


174; Isaiah I., 216, 240; Gala- 


201-212. 


tians, 270; Colossians, 251- 


FOLLY, Proverbs, 67, 92, 122, 


256. 


131, 205. 


FORMS, Use of, Acts II., 121. 


FOOD, Spiritual, Exodus, 244- 


FORNICATION at Corinth, I. 


248. 


Corinthians, 145-159; Gala- 


FOOL, The, Proverbs, 337-349. 


tians, 363-365. 


FOOTWASHING, The, John II., 


FORTY DAYS after the resurrec- 


73-88. 


tion, Matthew, 438-446. 


FORASMUCH, Luke, 8. 


Conversation of, Acts I., 23-42. 


FORBEARANCE of Christians, 


FORWARD, Joshua, 272. 


Philippians, 326; Colossians, 


FOX, George, Acts I., 185; II., 


3ii- 


122. 


of God, Numbers, 225. 


FOXLEY, Joseph, Hidsean Lec- 


FORCE, Atheism of, Isaiah I., 


tures, 371. 


168-178. 


FRANCIS OF ASSISSI, St., I. 


FOREKNOWLEDGE OF GOD, 


Kings, 421; Proverbs, 138, 


Peter, 8-1 1. 


190; Galatians, 457. 


FORESIGHT, Faith supplies the 


FRANCIS OF SALES, Acts II., 


want of, Genesis, 90. 


279. 


Success depends largely upon, 


FRANCISCANS, The, and Metho- 


Genesis, 90. 


dists compared, Acts I., 163. 


FORGIVENESS, Proverbs, 314- 


FRAUD does not pay, Joshua, 


324; Hebrews, 145 sq. 


220, 221; I. Samuel, 338. 


by Moses, Numbers, 148. 


in weight, Proverbs, 218. 



132 



FRA UD— FUTURE LIFE 



FRAUD, Pious, Joshua, 219. 

rebuked in the Bible, Joshua, 

222. 

towards God, Proverbs, 220. 

FREEDOM and ordination, I. Sam- 
uel, 122. 

a growth. Judges, 86. 

— — Human, Proverbs, 250-261. 
illusory, Numbers, no. 

in the church, II. Corinthians, 

62. 

Moral, Ezekiel, 153-158. 

of the Gospel, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 362, 363. 

Perils of. Galatians, 333-346. 

the practice of truth. Judges, 

228. 

under Christianity, Numbers, 

209. 

FREEWILL OFFERINGS, Leviti- 
cus, 104. 

FRENCH REVOLUTION. Its 
principles adopted, Leviticus, 
125. 

FRIEND OF GOD, James, 160, 
162. 

FRIENDS. The Denomination 
and non-resistance. Chronicles, 
3§9- 

on inspiration, Acts I.. 185, 

186. 

spirituality and rules, Acts II., 

122. 

Women speaking among, I. Cor- 
inthians, 255. 



FRIENDSHIP, Proverbs,227-238. 
of Jesus Christ, I. Samuel, 

328. 
of Jonathan and David, I. 

Samuel, 292, 317-328. 
of Paul and Timothy, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 26-30. 

of the young, I. Samuel, 327. 

FROGS, The plague of, Exodus, 

I33-J35- 
FRONMULLER, G. F- C, James- 

399, 408. 
FRUIT BEARING, John II., 184- 

190; Colossians. 47-49. 
FRUITS, Known by their, Peter, 

297-312. 
FRYTH, John, reply to Sir 

Thomas More, Ecclesiastes> 

303- 
FULLER, J. M., Acts I., 120. 
FUTURE. Our, II. Corinthians, 56; 

Ephesians, 316; Colossians, 

473- 
Presuming upon our, James, 

261-272. 
FUTURE LIFE, Numbers, 5. 
The Christian hope of a, II. 

Corinthians, 173-185. 

Faith in a, Ecclesiastes, 256. 

Old Testament faith in a, 

Psalms II., 101. 

Right view of, Numbers, 159. 

seems dim, Numbers, 154. 



GAAL—GALA TIANS III. 



133 



GAAL, Son of Ebed, Judges, 221. 
GAD blessed by Jacob, Genesis, 

444. 
GAD, the tribe, Moses blesses, 

Deuteronomy, 469. 

Reuben and, Numbers, 374. 

their decay, Numbers, 380. 

GAIUS, Acts II., 326. 
GALATIA, Church of, Galatians, 

16-18. 

Paul in, Acts II., 263. 

GALATIANS, Circumcision of, 

Galatians, 302-315. 
Hinderers and troublers of the, 

Galatians, 316-329. 
Their folly, Galatians, 163- 

179. 
GALATIANS, The Epistle, He- 
brews, 175. 

The address of, Galatians, 3-18. 

The Anathema, Galatians, 34- 

52. 

and Ephesians, Ephesians, 3. 

The Benediction, Galatians, 

460, 461. 

Construction, Galatians, 9. 

Importance of, Galatians, 4. 

The salutation, Galatians, 19- 

33- 

Style, Galatians, 8. 

written before the Gospels, Acts 

I., 114, 115. 

GALATIANS I., 5, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 429. 

6-9, II. Corinthians, 319; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 332. 



GALATIANS I., 7, 8, Pastoral 

Epistles, 301. 
10, Romans, 395; Ephesians, 

389- 

——13, Acts II., 26; Pastoral 
Epistles, 55. 

14, Isaiah II., 169. 

15, 16, Acts II., 65, 77; Ephe- 
sians, 26. 

16, II. Corinthians, 156; Phil- 

ippians, 188. 

17, Pastoral Epistles, 361. 

18, 19, James, 35. 

19, James, 26. 

20, Romans, 83; James, 307. 

21, Galatians, 110. 

23, Peter, 87. 

GALATIANS II., 1-3, Pastoral 
Epistles, 204, 361. 

3, Acts II., 227. 

4, Peter, xiv. 

7-10, Ephesians, 215; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 52. 

9, Romans, 18; James, 8, 26, 

35; x 395 J 01 " 1 Epistles, 6, 7. 

10, Leviticus, 396. 

11, Ephesians, 113. 

11-21, Galatians, 132. 

12, Acts II., 232; James, 34. 

14, Ephesians, 36. 

18, James, 56. 

20, Mark, 382; Romans, 11, 

368; Ephesians, 7. 

GALATIANS III., 1, Pastoral 
Epistles, 301. 

2, 5, Ephesians, 56, 59. 



134 



GALA TIANS III.— GAMALIEL 



GALATIANS III., 6, James, 156. 

7. 14, Ephesians, 6, 160. 

8, Romans, 253; Peter, 159. 

9. John Epistles, 285. 

10-13, Ephesians, 7. 

11, Twelve Prophets II., 140; 

Acts II.. 20. 

12, Exodus, 280. 

13, Leviticus, 229; Ephesians, 

2,7; James, 130. 

14, Ephesians, 36, 55. 

■ 16, 29, Exodus, 268. 

16-19, Matthew, 7. 

17, Exodus, 197; Matthew, 70. 

19, Numbers, 87; Hebrews. 23, 

176. 

21, Psalms III., 270. 

22, Ephesians. 43. 

23, Numbers, S7. 

28, Leviticus, 324; Ephesians, 

135: Colossians, 301. 

29, Philippians, 178. 

GALATIANS IV., 1-5, Leviticus, 

56+ 

3. Exodus, 335; Ephesians, 

113; Colossians, 191; He- 
brews, 176. 

4, Ezra, 19; Luke, iS; Peter, 

164. 

5. Ephesians, 31, 63. 

S. 9, Ephesians, 269. 

9-1 1, Acts II., 321. 

13, Acts II., 265. 

14, Acts I., 44; II., 50; II. 

Corinthians, 352; Ephesians, 

53- 

15, Acts II., 50. 

19, Ephesians, 253; Peter, 330. 

21-31, Acts II., 19. 

~4- 25, Jeremiah II., 359. 

25, Mark, 376. 



GALATIANS V., 5, 6, Ephesians, 
53- 

6, Jeremiah I., 207; Ephesians, 

436; Thessalonians, 27. 

— — 10, James, 168. 

13, 14, Deuteronomy, 250, 251 ; 

Peter, xiv. 

14, James, 132. 

16, 22-25, Ephesians, 25. 

17, Romans, 198. 

19, 20, Exodus, 145, 233. 

20, Pastoral Epistles, 295, 

297; James, 199. 

22, 23, Romans, 222; Ephe- 
sians, 323. 

GALATIANS VI., 1, Leviticus, 402. 

2, Ezra, 258. 

7, 9, Pastoral Epistles, 343; 

James, 56. 

11, Romans, 437. 

12-14, Ephesians, $6. 

14, Romans, 70; II. Corin- 
thians, 152; Ephesians, 262. 

15, Jeremiah I., 207; II. Corin- 
thians, 206. 

16, Psalms III., 317; Ephe- 
sians, 435; Hebrews, 62; 
James, 45; Revelation, 118. 

17, Exodus, 340. 

GALERIUS, Emperor, Acts II., 
273- 

GALILEE, Christ appears at the 
Sea of, John II., 381-396. 

Christ begins his ministry in, 

Matthew, 48-56. 

The crisis in, Matthew, 186- 

218; John I., 223-238. 

A Sabbath in, Luke, 148-161. 

GALLIO, Acts II., 327-329; I- 
Corinthians, 7-12. 

GAMALIEL, Acts I., 229-245; II., 
13-15- 



GAMALIEL— GENESIS XII. 



135 



GAMALIEL, Rabbi, Ecclesiastes, 


GENESIS II., 2, Deuteronomy, 68. 


294. 


——7, Psalms III., 107; Acts I., 


GAMBLING, Evils of, Joshua, 182. 


60. 


Spirit of, Proverbs, 32. 


23, 24, Ephesians, 364, 376. 


GARRISON, William Lloyd, perse- 


GENESIS III., 4, 5, Ephesians, 


cuted, I. Kings, 422. 


400; Peter, 225. 


GATE OF THE TEMPLE, 


— — 5, Twelve Prophets, 322; John 


(Chulda), Acts I., 158. 


Epistles, 142. 


GATH, The ark at, I. Samuel, 76. 


7, John Epistles, 143. 


David at, I. Samuel, 336-340, 


15, John Epistles, 183. 


391-403; Psalms II., 171. 


16, Leviticus, 307. 


GAUTIER, L., Ezekiel, 405. 


17, 18, Leviticus, 454, 512; 


GAZA, Acts I., 410. 


Luke, 374. 


Samson in, Judges, 307-318. 


19, Psalms III., 7. 


GEDALIAH, II. Kings, 468-476; 


24, Revelation, 72. 


JeremiahlL, 56, 172-186; Eze- 


GENESIS IV., 1-8, John Epistles, 


kiel, 290. 


189. 


GEHAZI, II. Kings, 44, 47, 58- 


-3, Hebrews, 223. 


64, 82. 


10, Leviticus, 142; Jeremiah I., 


GEIKIE, Cunningham, Acts II., 


117. 


38, 101, 119- 


GENESIS V., 3, Leviticus, 307. 


GELASIUS OF CYZICUS, James, 


24, Psalms II., in. 


422. 

GENEALOGIES, Numbers, 328; 


GENESIS VI., 2, Daniel, 179. 


Pastoral Epistles, 34, 35. 


3, Galatians, 351; Peter, 289. 

7, Hebrews, 300. 


of Chronicles, Chronicles, 29- 


63- 


— —14, Jeremiah I., 121. 


Teaching of, Chronicles, 57. 


17, Peter, 141, 159. 


of Matthew, Matthew, 5. 


GENESIS VII., 11, Ezekiel, 240; 


GENEROSITY and severity, II. 


Peter, 338. 


Samuel, 55. 


GENESIS VIII., 20, James, 159. 


■ and wisdom, Proverbs, 42-47. 


22, Jeremiah II., 355. 


of Barzillai, II. Samuel, 303. 


GENESIS IX., 6, Mark, 329. 


GENESIS I., 1, 3> Hebrews, 207; 


9, 10, Hebrews, 300. 


John Epistles, 82, 183. 


11, Peter, 338. 


2, John Epistles, 184. 


GENESIS X., 10, II. Kings, 315. 


4, Jeremiah I., 203. 


12, Twelve Prophets II., 540. 


- — 9, Jeremiah I., 121. 


GENESIS XL, 1-9, II. Kings, 315. 


11, 12, John Epistles, 183. 


7, Psalms III., 421. 


16, Revelation, 198. 


GENESIS XII., 2, Jeremiah I., 


— — 27, Ephesians, 117. 


175; Matthew, 62, 70; Gala- 


31, John Epistles, 138. 


tians, 183. 



136 



GENESIS XII.— GENESIS XXXV 



GENESIS XIL, 3, Jeremiah I., 132. 

6, 7, Joshua, 205. 

GENESIS XIIL, 10, Joshua, 96. 

GENESIS XIV., 7. Joshua, 25. 

14. ii. Joshua. 240; Jeremiah 

I., SS. 

GENESIS XV., 1, Songs of Solo- 
mon, 261. 

4-6, James, 158. 

6, Psalms III., 148; Romans, 

109; Galatians. 185. 

8, Ephesians, 50. 

17, Psalms III., 368. 

iS. Revelation, 150. 

19, Joshua, 263. 

GENESIS XVI.. 12. Psalms III., 
161. 

13, Ezra, S"; John I., 4. 

GENESIS XVII.. 7. Galatians, 203. 

10-14. Leviticus, 315. 

13, Leviticus. 317. 

18, Galatians, 29. 

22. John I., 4. 

23-26. Galatians, 292. 

GENESIS XVIII., 2. Hebrews, 316. 

10, 11. Romans, 249. 

12, Peter, 113. 

17, James. 161. 

25, Songs of Solomon, 216. 

GENESIS XIX.. 1, Hebrews, 316. 

• 11, Jeremiah I., 191. 

16, 17, James. 460. 

24, Pastoral Epistles, 325. 

GENESIS XX.. 7, Psalms III., 131. 

GENESIS XXI.. 9, Galatians, 293. 

12, Romans, 249. 

19. Jeremiah I., 85. 

GENESIS XXII., 2. Peter, 84. 

S. Galatians, 201; Hebrews, 

22-. 

16. Psalms III., 130; James, 

158. 



GENESIS XXII., 18, Psalms II., 

316, 317; Hebrews, 287. 
GENESIS XXIII., 4. Chronicles, 

8, Jeremiah I., 8. 

GENESIS XXIV., 7, Daniel, 180. 

26, Daniel, 226. 

42. Jeremiah I., 8. 

53, Peter, iii. 

GENESIS XXV., 13. Jeremiah I, 

205. 

23, Romans, 250. 

29. Jeremiah I.. 192. 

32, Hebrews, 287. 

GENESIS XXVL, 3. Psalms III., 

130. 

4. Psalms II., 316, 317. 

28, Peter, 87. 

GENESIS XXVII., 28, 39, Ezekiel, 

328. 

36, Hebrews, 288. 

41, John Epistles, 183. 

GENESIS XXVIII., 11-14, John 

Epistles, 201. 

16, Ezra, 207. 

18, Leviticus, 203. 

GENESIS XXIX., 26, Jeremiah I., 

121. 
GENESIS XXX.. 14, Song of Solo- 
mon, 20. 
GENESIS XXXI., 30, Twelve 

Prophets II., 59. 

■ 35, Peter, 113. 

42. 53, Jeremiah I., 228. 

GENESIS XXXII., 28, Chronicles, 

315; Romans, 247. 
GENESIS XXXIV., 25, Joshua, 

117, 34i- 

30, Psalms III., 130. 

GENESIS XXXV., 8, I. Samuel, 

149. 



GENESIS XXX VI 


.—GIBEONITES 137 


GENESIS XXXVI., 12, Joshua, 25. 


GENIUS, Aberrations of, John 


GENESIS XXXVII., 22-24, Jere- 


Epistles, 263. 


miah II., 164. 


GENTILES, Numbers, 266. 


GENESIS XXXVIIL, 14, Jeremiah 


Conversion of the, Acts II., 


I., 107. 


142-163. 


18, II. Corinthians, 55. 


Ignorance of, Thessalonians, 


24, Ezekiel, 134. 


296. 


26, Isaiah II., 217. 


Jew and, Ephesians, 131-142. 


28, Jeremiah I., 342. 


— — Walk of the, Ephesians, 261- 


GENESIS XXXIX., 6, Twelve 


274. 


Prophets I., 322. 


GENTLEMAN defined, James, 


GENESIS XLI., 34, Jeremiah I., 


202. 


72, 121. 


GEORGIUS SYNCELLUS, James, 


42, Daniel, 210. 


410, 438. 


45, Joshua, 22. 


GERIZIM, Ebal and, Joshua, 201. 


51, II. Kings, 318. 


GERMAN SCHOLARSHIP, Acts 


GENESIS XLIL, 19, Jeremiah I., 


II., 386. 


173- 


— — unpractical, Acts I., 12. 


GENESIS XLIII., 8, I. Kings, 125. 


GERSHONITES, Numbers, 44. 


30, Peter, 121. 


Cities of the, Joshua, 350. 


GENESIS XLV, 18, 20, 23, Jere- 


GESHUR in Syria, Absalom in, 


miah I., 82. 


II. Samuel, 205. 


GENESIS XLVI., 2, Hebrews, 254. 


GESHURITES, The, Joshua, 255, 


27, Acts I., 310. 


256. 


34, Jeremiah I., 274. 


GESSIUS FLORUS, Pastoral 


GENESIS XLVII., 31, Hebrews, 


Epistles, 276. 


260. 


GETHSEMANE, Christ in, Mat- 


GENESIS XLVIIL, 5, Joshua, 300. 


thew, 398-403; Mark, 389- 


14, Deuteronomy, 468. 


401; Luke, 364-376; John II., 


19, Joshua, 300. 


263-270. 


GENESIS XLIX., 5, Numbers, 330. 


GEZER, I. Kings, 136. 


9, Psalms I., 159; Revelation, 


GIBBON, Edward, Isaiah I., 361, 


78. 


362; Jeremiah II., 67; Acts 


10, Ezekiel, 169; Luke, 91. 


L,57; II., 150, 158, 273; John 


22, Psalms II., 410, 412. 


Epistles, 84. 


24, Psalms II., 406; Jeremiah 


and Christianity, Joshua, 4. 


II., 100. 


GIBEAH, The crime of, Judges, 


GENEVAN VERSION, James, 


348-349- 


372, 454- 


of Saul, I. Samuel, 149. 


GENITIVE, Characterizing, 


GIBEONITES, The, and David, II. 


James, 98, 108, 122, 447. 


Samuel, 331. 



138 



GIBEONITES—GLOR YING 



GIBEONITES, attacked by Adon- 


GILBOA, Saul defeated at, I. Sam- 


izedek, Joshua, 224. 


uel, 414, 429-440. 


Stratagem of, Joshua, 211- 


GILEAD, Judges, 224-226. 


222. 


GILGAL, Elisha at. II. Kings, 4S. 


GIBSON, J. Monro, Revelation, 


kingdom renewed, I. Samuel, 


127. 


179. 


GIDEON and the angel of Jeho- 


The name, Joshua, 120. 


vah, Judges, 145-148. 


Samuel and Saul at, I. Sam- 


defeats the Midianites, Judges, 


uel, 205-216. 


178-194- 


GINSBURG, Christian D., Ecclesi- 


Death of, Judges, 209. 


astes, 73, 99, 103, 108, no, 


the Ecclesiastic, Judges, 195- 


162, 264. 


208. 


GIRLS saved alive, Numbers, 366. 


Faith of, Hebrews, 251; Peter, 


GISCHALA, Acts II., 4, 6. 


3i- 


GIVING, Fruits of, II. Corinthians, 


iconoclast and reformer. 


274-288. 


Judges, 150-163. 


Grace of, II. Corinthians, 262- 


threshing, Judges, 144. 


273- 


GIESBRECHT, Friedrich, Isaiah 


The term, John I., 388. 


II., 210; Jeremiah II., 30, 73, 


See CHARITY. 


166, 204, 206, 214, 225, 231, 


GLADIATORS, Paul's use of the 


240, 250, 261, 273, 285, 288, 


figure of, I. Corinthians, 106. 


3iS» 3I9> 322, 331, 33^, 338; 


Shows of, Pastoral Epistles, 


Twelve Prophets I., 372. 


179, 347- 


GIFFORD, Archdeacon E. H., 


GLOOM, a characteristic of his- 


John Epistles, 22. 


tory, I. Kings, 42. 


GIFT OF TONGUES, Acts I., 97- 


of a tortured soul, Psalms I.. 


106; I. Corinthians, 314-317. 


376. 377- 


GIFTS and sacrifices, Philippians, 


GLORIA, The, of the angels, Luke, 


253-368. 


7I/3- 


Attaining the best, I. Kings, 


GLORY and holiness, Isaiah I., 68. 


124. 


Grace and, Psalms II., 449. 


Concerning spiritual, I. Corin- 


of Christ analysed, Hebrews, 


thians, 273-291. 


38-46. 


Nemesis of neglected, Pastoral 


of the Son, Colossians, 70-84. 


Epistles, 309-318. 


of the transfiguration, Mat- 


of God, Peter, 171. 


thew, 233-242. 


Spiritual, and public worship, 


Suffering and, Thessalonians, 


I. Corinthians, 309-324. 


289-304. 


to be proportionate, Numbers, 


GLORYING, False and true, Gala- 


181. 


tians, 421-434. 



GNOSTICISM— GOD 



139 



GNOSTICISM, Acts II., 420; Ro- 
mans, 432; Ephesians, 279; 
Colossians, 236; Hebrews, 22; 
James, 389; Peter, 288; John 
Epistles, 4, 16, 43. 

its moral teaching, Pastoral 

Epistles, 44, 53, 151. 

its problem, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 38. 

its rapid progress, Pastoral 

Epistles, t,j. 

Jewish, Pastoral Epistles, S3> 

34- 
GOB, II. Samuel, 341. 
GOD, The absence of, I. Samuel, 

Almighty, Genesis, 161. 

alone to be worshiped, Exo- 
dus, 289-294. 

an evil, Song of Solomon, 218- 

229. 

— — and history, Isaiah II., 87, 100, 
106, 157. 

and holiness, Genesis, 66. 

and nature, Job, 301. 

and the idols, Isaiah II., 153. 

Anthropomorphism, Genesis, 

60. 

as an enemy, Song of Solomon, 

I32-I43- 
an argument from history, 

Isaiah II., 106-131. 

as a lion, Isaiah I., 242-245. 

as a motherbird, Isaiah I., 

2 45- 2 47- 
as a potter, Jeremiah I., 377- 

397- 
bearing our sins, Isaiah II., 

177-188. 
Belief in the call of, Genesis, 

91. 



GOD, bountifulness, Joshua, 54. 

cares, Joshua, 103. 

cares for all things, Genesis, 

10. 

Compassion of, Numbers, 213. 

a consuming fire, Isaiah I., 

33!-34 2 ; Hebrews, 309. 

— — Dependence upon, Deuter- 
onomy, 226. 

Difficulty of right thinking 

about, Genesis, 182. 

faithful to Abraham, Genesis, 

105. 

Goodness of, Job, 53. 

- — -governed, Joshua, 414-416. 

has an interest in men, Joshua, 

286. 

His existence, Proverbs, 391. 

Holiness of, I. Samuel, 27. 

honors those who honor him, 

I. Samuel, 440. 

Husbandry and building of, I. 

Corinthians, 81-96. 

in history, I. Kings, 39-45; 

Exodus, 6-13; Deuteronomy, 
50. 

: In the thought of, Ezra, 349. 

is love, Exodus, 61; Isaiah I., 

12. 

is not slack, Peter, 345-354. 

A jealous, Exodus, 298; Leviti- 
cus, 240. 

the judge, Psalms I., 15, 16. 

Justice of, I. Samuel, 29. 

Knowledge of, I. Samuel, 28; 

Twelve Prophets I., 318-342. 

knows how to deliver, Peter, 

283-297. 

Laughter of, Psalms I., 15, 16. 

link of the generations, Num- 
bers, 326. 



140 



GOD— GOD 



GOD, The living. I. Samuel, 64. 

Luther defines, Exodus, 292. 

manifesting himself to persons, 

Genesis, 12. 

Meeting, Genesis, 155. 

men need Him, Proverbs, 43. 

Modern doubt of, Numbers, 

163. 

Moses and the vision of, Exo- 
dus, 437-439. 

Name of, Exodus, 54-65; Dan- 
iel, 65. 

Nearness of, Genesis, 145, 284; 

Ezra, 82. 

no despot, Job, 149. 

not confined to places, Judges, 

337- 

not impassive, Exodus, 60. 

not a mechanism, Hebrews, 

209. 

omnipresent, Genesis, 155. 

omnipotence, Isaiah II., 121, 

390- 

our refuge, Song of Solomon, 

346. 

Passion of, Isaiah II., 106- 

131- 

Personality of, Isaiah II., 148. 

Preparation for the work of, 

Joshua, 100. 

present with all that is, Gene- 
sis, 12. 

Providence of, Genesis, 139. 

Purposes, I. Samuel, 130. 

Reasoning together with, 

Isaiah I., 5-7. 

Rejection of, I. Samuel, 159. 

relation with human life, Prov- 
erbs, 47, 155, 197, 199, 217, 
236, 252, 291, 353. 

The reserve of, Genesis, 307- 

3°9- 



GOD, Righteousness of, Isaiah II.. 

224-229. 

a rock. Psalms II., 219. 

a sacrament, Isaiah II., 87- 

105. 

the Saviour, Isaiah II., 136. 

the Saviour of men, Genesis, 

106. 

Saving knowledge of, Peter, 

235-^44- 

seems to persecute, Job, 176, 

204. 

seen in Christ, John II., 135- 

156. 

Sole allegiance to, Numbers, 

274-279. 

The Son is, Hebrews, 27. 

the source of wisdom, Prov- 
erbs, 18. 

speaking, Jeremiah I., 303. 

Spirituality of, Jewish concep- 
tion, Isaiah II., 137. 

still speaks to men, Ezra, 113. 

Strength of, I. Samuel, 28. 

Sufficient inducement to obey, 

Genesis, 89. 

the supreme intelligence. Gene- 
sis, 10. 

sustains, Exodus, 99. 

temple in humanity, Ephe- 

sians, 143-154. 

The Theophany, I. Kings, 431- 

444- 

Treatment of His saints, I. 

Samuel, 34. 

true to His word, Joshua, no. 

Unity of, I. Samuel, 28; Mark, 

338. 

Vengeance of, Twelve Prophets 

II., 90-95. 

What it is to see, Exodus, 370. 

Wisdom of, Isaiah I., 238-242. 



GOD AND THE WORLD— GOODNESS 



1-11 



GOD AND THE WORLD, Genesis, 
i; I. Kings, 444. 

GODEFROY, Pierre, Comment on 
Theodos. Cod. Acts II., 273. 

GODET, F., I. Corinthians, 70, 
149,280; II. Corinthians, 240, 
345> 37 3\ Thessalonians, 43; 
Pastoral Epistles, 34. 

GODLINESS, Peter, 248. 

GODLY, Psalms, 33. 

living and its results, Psalms 

I., 109. 

GOD'S METHOD harmonious, 
Genesis, 5. 

illustrated in Noah's life, Gene- 
sis, 69. 

may involve delay, Genesis, 

148. 

of revealing Himself, Genesis, 

399; Exodus, 102. 

of teaching by picture, Gene- 
sis, 7. 

to employ means, Exodus, 34. 

to illuminate, not coerce, Exo- 
dus, 203, 204. 

with Abraham new, Genesis, 

82. 

GOEL, Leviticus, 514; Numbers, 
55, 400; Joshua, 329, 330; 
Judges, 398; Job, 234; Psalms 
IL, 326, 351. 

GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von, 
Colossians, 298; Pastoral 
Epistles, 79. 

Faust, Ecclesiastes, 133. 

on the children of Israel, Exo- 
dus, 5. 

on the dissemination of the 

Bible, I. Kings, 9. 

on self-development, Deuter- 
onomy, 113. 



GOETHE, on the Song of Solo- 
mon, Song of Solomon, 24. 

Sadness of, Ecclesiastes, 130. 

GOG, Ezekiel, 369-376; Revela- 
tion, 338. 

GOLDEN AGES of the church, 
Pastoral Epistles, 264. 

GOLDEN CALF, The, Exodus, 
431-433; Joshua, 31; Psalms 
IIL, 145- 

at Dan, II. Kings, 494, 495- 

GOLDEN CANDLESTICK, Exo- 
dus, 382, 383. 

GOLDEN GATE, Acts I., 158. 

GOLDEN-MAN, The, Ecclesiastes, 
218. 

GOLDSMITH, Oliver, Song of Sol- 
omon, 14, 48. 

GOLIATH, David and, I. Samuel, 
278-291. 

GOOD, The chief, Ecclesiastes, 27- 
32, 113-126, 276-335. 

in devotion to business, Eccles- 
iastes, 142-186, 237. 

in pleasure, Ecclesiastes, 133- 

141, 234-237. 

in wealth, Ecclesiastes, 187- 

228. 

in wisdom, Ecclesiastes, 127- 

I33> 230-234. 

in the wise use of life, Ecclesi- 
astes, 229-275. 

invincible, Judges, 115. 

preferred, Psalms I., 116. 

produces unexpected good, 

Colossians, 445. 

Survival of, Exodus, 301; 

Judges, 55. 

GOODNESS, Proverbs, 149-169; 
Philippians, 339. 

has one source, Ephesians, 

325-328. 



142 



GOODNESS— GREA TNESS 



GOODNESS, not apart from God, 


GRACE, Bestowment of, Ephe- 


Jeremiah I., 173. 


sians, 34-49; Colossians, 427- 


of God unfailing, Song of Solo- 


43i- 


mon, 194-205. 


Meaning of, Romans, 22; Gala- 


GOSPEL, Isaiah II., 435-441. 


tians, 19; Colossians, 412- 


Apparent failure of the, Pas- 


414. 


toral Epistles, 402. 


of God received in vain, II. 


as a Gospel of witness, John 


Corinthians, 225. 


Epistles, 236-240. 


a Pauline word, Thessa- 


and law, Exodus, 302. 


lonians, 399. 


bears a fixed character, Gala- 


Paul's conception of, Gala- 


tians, 38. 


tians, 148. 


defined, II. Corinthians, 144- 


Proclamation of, Isaiah II., 78, 


156. 


290. 


Faith in the, Thessalonians, 


Work of saving, Philippians, 


403, 404. 


25; Colossians, 17-20; Thes- 


Freedom of the, Pastoral Epis- 


salonians, 15-17, 278, 279. 


tles, 362, 363. 


GRACES, Christian and Greek 


Light of the, Numbers, 82. 


compared, Thessalonians, 25, 


Meaning of, Romans, 12. 


26. 


Motives for adhering to the, 


GRAF-WELLSHAUSEN THE- 


Colossians, 111-115. 


ORY, Leviticus, 533. 


Need for the, Romans, 38-47. 


GRAMMATICAL ERRORS IN 


of liberty, Luke, 142-147. 


SCRIPTURE, Pastoral Epis- 


of life, Luke, 137-142. 


tles, 394. 


of love, Luke, 134-137. 


GRATITUDE and trust, Exodus, 


of Paul from Christ, Galatians, 


219. 


53-67. 


GRATZ, H., Psalms I., 21, 52, 


Slow progress of, Acts II., 269. 


94, 363; II., 76, 230, 360, 


Standing orders of the, Thes- 


480; III., 145, 164, 213, 223, 


salonians, 217-232. 


372, 391, 407, 409, 414, 421; 


Truth and worth of the, Colos- 


Jeremiah II., 176; Twelve 


sians, 27-35. 


Prophets I., 176, 211; II., 


GOULBURN, Dean Edward M., 


352- 


Acts I., 4^4; II., 121. 


GRAY, Asa, Matthew, 167. 


GOVERNMENT and pious rulers, 


GREATNESS and stifled affec- 


Chronicles, 370-372. 


tions, Exodus, 79. 


GRACE and glory, Psalms II., 


finds colleagues, Exodus, 255. 


449. 


Law of, Mark, 292-294. 


and peace, Ephesians, 435; 


Radical elements the same, 


Philippians, 15, 16. 


Genesis, 91. 



GREEK— G WYNN 



143 



GREEK use of the Article, Romans 

VIII.; Pastoral Epistles, 89, 

189, 392. 
words in the book of Daniel, 

Daniel, 33, 51. 
GREEK CHURCH, Absolution in 

the, James, 343. 
GREEK TRAGEDY, Numbers, 

2, 3- 
GREEKS at the feast, John II., 

3i- 

Coming of the, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 463-466. 

■ God's human, Hebrews, 21. 

Israel and the, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 439-446. 

Slaughter of the, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 467-469. 

GREGG, W. R., Proverbs, 73. 

GREGORY THE GREAT, Song of 
Solomon, 43; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 231, 232. 

GREGORY NAZIANZEN, James, 
268; John Epistles, 116. 



GREGORY OF TOURS, Pastoral 
Epistles, 2 j,t,. 

GRIEF before God, Song of Solo- 
mon, 242-252. 

Christian attitude towards, II. 

Samuel, 285. 

for the dead, sacred, II. Sam- 
uel, 280. 

GROTIUS, Hugo, John Epistles,98. 

GUHL, E. Ephesiaca, Acts II., 
356, 362, 367. 

GUILE, Peter, 63. 

GUILT, its debt extinguished, Song 
of Solomon, 300-310. 

Jewish responsibility and, Ro- 
mans, 67-77. 

Universal, Romans, 56-66. 

GUILT-OFFERING, Leviticus, 
155-174- 

GUINNESS, H. G., The approach- 
ing end of the age, Revelation, 
294. 

GUYON, Madame, Acts II., 446; 
Romans, 334. 

GWYNN, Dr. George J., Acts I., 2. 



Hi 



HABAKKUK— HANNAH 



H 



HABAKKUK, the Book, Twelve 

Prophets II., 1 13-159; Acts 

II., 20. 
HABAKKUK I., 5. Acts II.. 208. 

5-10, Revelation, 152. 

6-8, Ecclesiastes, 42 ; Jeremiah 

II., 301; Daniel, 49. 
7. 8, II. Kings, 424; Gala- 

tians, 217. 

8, Twelve Prophets II., 371. 

11, 14-16, Exodus, 293. 

12, Ecclesiastes, 120; Gala- 

tians, 186. 
HABAKKUK II., 1-19, II. Kings, 

383- 

2, Galatians, 217. 

3. Joshua, 361; Job, 270. 

4, Acts II., 20; Galatians, 185. 

191. 

9-1 1, II. Kings, 418. 

HABAKKUK III., Psalms II., 372. 

1. Psalms I., 58. 

3, 7. Numbers, 384; Peter, 

348. 

10-15, Psalms II., 381. 

17, Jeremiah I., 180; Philip- 

pians, 326. 
HABIT, Aristotle on, Hebrews, 85. 

evil, Hebrews, 91. 

HADAD, King of Edom, I. Kings, 

251-253- 
HADADEZAR defeated by David, 

II. Samuel, 1, 4, 154. 
HADES, Christ in, Hebrews, 170. 
HADRIAN, Emperor, Acts I., 66; 

II., 306; Pastoral Epistles, 89. 



HAGAR, Genesis, 147 sq.; Gala- 
tians, 286-301. 

flees, Genesis, 153. 

talks with God, Genesis, 155, 

218. 

H AGGAI, The Book, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 223-252; Hebrews, 306. 

HAGGAI I., 1, Ezra, 75, -jy. 

5, 7, Ezra, 76. 

HAGGAI II., 1, Ezra, 76. 

6-8, Ezra, 29; Daniel, 11; He- 
brews, 307; Revelation, 105. 

7, Daniel, 108; Ephesians, 93. 

9, Ezra, 75, j6. 

12-14, Ezekiel, 437. 

20-23, Daniel, 108. 

2 7,, Chronicles, 144. 

HAIL, The plague of, Exodus, 

I46-I53- 

HALL, S. C, Acts I., 5. 

HAM, Son of Noah, Genesis, yS. 

HAMAN, Ezra, 371-381, 396, 399. 

HAMATH, Isaiah I., 94. 

HANAMEEL, Jeremiah II., 310. 

HANANIAH, the prophet, Deute- 
ronomy, 350; Jeremiah II., 
1 1 5-130. 

HANDS lifted in prayer, Pastoral 
Epistles, 97, 98. 

HANNAH, Faith rewarded, I. Sam- 
uel, 14-25. 

Song of Thanksgiving, I. Sam- 
uel, 25-36. 

Trial and trust of, I. Samuel, 

II3- 
Vow of, I. Samuel, 10. 



BANNING TON— HEBREWS I. 



145 



HANNINGTON, Bishop James, 


HAZOR, Jabin, king of, Joshua, 


Thessalonians, 47. 


236, 238. 


HANUN, David and, II. Samuel, 


Kedar and, Jeremiah II., 251- 


146-157. 


254- 


HAPPINESS and pain, Job, 55. 


HEALTH the result of wisdom, 


— — Sourceof, John I., 140; II., 41. 


Proverbs, 39. 


HARDENING OF HEART, Exo- 


HEARING and doing, James, 99- 


dus, 113-121; Deuteronomy, 


105. 


59- 


HEAVE-OFFERING, Numbers, 


HARDY, Nathaniel, John Epis- 


184. 


tles, 98, 99, 115, Il6 i l6 2, 


HEAVEN, Proverbs, 59, 162, 274; 


176, 177: 178. 


Song of Solomon, 335-346; 


HARETH, David at, I. Samuel, 


Isaiah I., 184; Philippians, 


344- 


299-316. 


HARLESS, G. C. A. von, Ephe- 


a city, Hebrews, 218. 


sians, 125, 293. 


Inheritance in, Peter, 17-28. 


HARNACK, Adolf, Acts I., xxi.; 


The new Jerusalem, Revela- 


James, 20, 370. 


tion, 360, 374. 


HAROUN ALRASCHID, Ecclesi- 


no fable, Numbers, 155. 


astes, 128. 


Purification of, Hebrews, 163. 


HARPER, Jesuit, James, 385. 


a sanctuary, Hebrews, 70. 


HARRIS, J. Rendal, Acts I., vii., 


HEBER THE KENITE, Judges, 


viii., 418; II., 321. 


24. 


HARVEST and vintage of the 


HEBREW POETRY, Isaiah I., 


world, Revelation, 245-258. 


411; II., 340. 


HASTE, Misery from, Joshua, 372. 


Elegies, Song of Solomon, 63- 


HATCH, Dr. Edwin, Thessa- 


74- 


lonians, 239; James, 146, 256, 


Gnomic school of, Ecclesiastes, 


399- 


20. 


on Episcopacy, Acts II., 416. 


HEBREWS, The Epistle, Analy- 


on primitive discipline, Thes- 


sis, Hebrews, ix.-xi. 


salonians, 206, 207. 


Closing exhortations, He- 


HAUGHTINESS, Proverbs, 89. 


brews, 3i5-3 2 9- 


HAURAN, Job, 20. 


HEBREWS I., 1, Ezra, 113; Ro- 


HAUSRATH, A., II. Corinthians, 


mans, 305. 


290; Pastoral Epistles, 9, 407. 


2, Peter, 164; Ephesians, 45. 


HAZAEL and Elisha, II. Kings, 


3, James, 204; Peter, 145. 


90-98. 


5, II. Samuel, 107. 


dies, II. Kings, 182. 


6, Luke, 70. 


smites Israel, II. Kings, 141. 


• 7, I. Kings, 432. 


HAZOR destroyed, Joshua, 243. 


10, Peter, 228. 



146 



HEBREWS I.— HEBREWS IX. 



HEBREWS I., 13, Ephesians, 91 ; 
James. 446. 

14. Ephesians, 402. 

HEBREWS II., 1, Romans, 256; 
Galatians, 12. 

2-4, Galatians, 218 

3, 4, Galatians, 170. 

5, 10, Ephesians, 91; Revela- 
tion, 83. 

8, Ephesians, 47. 

9, Galatians, 149; Ephesians, 

36S, 370. 

10, Song of Solomon, 321; 

Peter, 145; Revelation, 39. 

12, Ephesians, 208. 

13, Matthew, 225. 

14, Ephesians, 400; Revela- 
tion, 208, 222. 

16, Romans, 305. 

18, Exodus, 35s; Leviticus, 

436; Song of Solomon, 201. 

HEBREWS III., 1, Peter, 122. 

HEBREWS IV., Leviticus, 455. 

2, Peter, 143, 159. 

S. Joshua, 38. 

9, Leviticus, 473, 514; Song 

of Solomon, 296; Galatians, 

383- 
12, Ephesians, 421; Peter, 58, 

60. 

14, Leviticus, 1S7, 189. 

18, Song of Solomon, 201. 

HEBREWS V., 1, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 219. 

4, Leviticus, 183. 

7, Mark, 354. 

8, 9, Song of Solomon, 184; 

Galatians, 250; Peter, 145. 

9, Peter, 140. 

11-14, Ephesians, 253. 

14, Philippians, 269. 



HEBREWS VI., 2, Acts I., 384; 
Pastoral Epistles, 315. 

4-6, Mark, 97; Acts I., 384- 

7, Mark, no. 

10, Psalms III., 279. 

14. Romans, 122. 

17, Galatians, 201. 

18, Joshua, ^2-. 

19, 20, Ephesians, 408. 

HEBREWS VII., 1-4, Exodus, 408. 
14, Exodus, 408; Chronicles, 

305- 

26, Peter, 20. 

27, Leviticus, 212. 

28, Leviticus, 212. 

HEBREWS VIII., 1, Mark, 446. 

3, Pastoral Epistles, 219. 

5, Exodus, 385; Leviticus, 23; 

Ephesians, 89. 

■ 6, Leviticus, 198; Galatians, 

218. 

8-13, Galatians, 443. 

HEBREWS IX., 1, Galatians, 246. 

• 4, Exodus, ^77, 418. 

5, Exodus, 379. 

8, 9, Leviticus, 259, 260; Eze- 

kiel, 420. 

— — 10, Jeremiah II., 359; Gala- 
tians, 219. 

11, Leviticus, 187, 189, 198, 

273- 

14, Luke, 381; Ephesians, 370; 

John Epistles, 114; Revela- 
tion, 244. 

15, Galatians, 218; Ephesians, 

61. 

16-18, Galatians, 200. 

22, Leviticus, 139. 

23-26, Leviticus, 23, 189; 

Ephesians, 89. 

24, Leviticus, 187. 



HEBREWS IX.— HEBREWS XII. 



147 



HEBREWS IX., 26, Leviticus, 


HEBREWS XL, 11, 12, Galatians, 


272; Galatians, 30; Ephesians, 


206, 294. 


45 ; Peter, 164. 


12, Daniel, 102. 


27, John Epistles, 214. 


14, Genesis, 235. 


28, Leviticus, 273, 512; Ro- 


16, Ephesians, 89. 


mans, 314. 


17-19, Genesis, 198-21 1; 


HEBREWS X., 1-18, Galatians, 


James, 156. 


226. 


20, Genesis, 268. 


4, 11, I. Kings, 216. 


22, Peter, 261. 


5-10, Leviticus, 56, 120, 213; 


24, 25, Exodus, 85. 


Psalms II., 24. 


26, Exodus, 35. 


5-22, Ephesians, 370. 


— — 27, Exodus, 369. 


8, Romans, 211. 


29, Exodus, 214. 


9, Leviticus, 154. 


30, Joshua, 138. 


10, Leviticus, 216, 272. 


31, James, 20, 163. 


11, Leviticus, 185. 


32, Judges, 57. 


12, Exodus, 408. 


35, II. Kings, 201. 


12, 13, Galatians, 30. 


37, Jeremiah I., 54. 


19, 20, Leviticus, 187, 188, 


40, Pastoral Epistles, 327. 


214; Ephesians, 369. 


HEBREWS XII., 1, Pastoral Epis- 


20, Exodus, 376; Mark, t,j6. 


tles, 328. 


22, Peter, 73. 


3, Matthew, 158. 


23, Pastoral Epistles, 287. 


5, 11, Ephesians, 385; Pas- 


26-29, Leviticus, 103; Peter, 


toral Epistles, 75. 


238. 


10-13, Mark, 423. 


25, Peter, 536. 


13, Chronicles, 306. 


26-31, Mark, 97. 


14, Ezekiel, 420. 


27, Leviticus, 559; II. Kings, 


16, Twelve Prophets II., 181, 


18. 


35o. 


31, Romans, 39. 


18, Revelation, 265. 


37 > 38, Twelve Prophets II., 


18-25, Exodus, 278; Gala- 


141; Peter, 163; Revelation, 


tians, 294; Peter, 13. 


34i- 


21, Exodus, 275, 331; II., 


26, Peter, 240. 


Corinthians, 304. 


38, Galatians, 186. 


22, Galatians, 295; Ephesians, 


39, Ephesians, 60; Revelation, 


89; Revelation, 128, 241, 370. 


102. 


24, Leviticus, 141; Galatians, 


HEBREWS XL, 3, Peter, 228. 


218. 


4, Genesis, 39. 


25, Pastoral Epistles, 303; 


5, Genesis, 53. 


Revelation, 105. 


8, Genesis, 89. 


26, 27, Revelation, 195. 



148 



HEBREWS XII.—HERMAS 



HEBREWS XII., 27, Sor.g of 


HEINE, Heinrich, Isaiah I., 158, 


Solomon, 337. 


242, 4i3- 


28, 29, Revelation, 69, 105. 


HEINRICI, Karl F. G., II. Corin- 


29,, Song of Solomon, 143, 


thians, 95, 137, 199, 269. 


272; Romans, 39. 


HEIR, The word, Hebrews, 9. 


HEBREWS XIII., 1, Peter, 56. 


HELENA, Empress, Acts I., 66; 


2, John Epistles, 293. 


II., 186. 


7, James, 36. 


HELIUS, Pastoral Epistles, 275, 


8, Revelation, 2. 


427. 


9, Daniel, 165. 


HELL, Proverbs, 59, 75; Isaiah 


11, 12, Exodus, 413; Leviticus, 


L, 33&i Twelve Prophets I., 


148. 


353- 


12, Ephesians, 370. 


HELPERS, I. Samuel, 165. 


13, II. Corinthians, 13; Gala- 


HELPLESS, The, Care of, Leviti- 


tians, 297. 


cus, 399. 


— — 16, I. Kings, 216; Philippians, 


HEMEROBAPTISTS,ActsII.,344- 


362. 


HENGSTENBERG, E. W., Psalms 


17, James, 324; John Epistles, 


I., 210; II., 143, 405. 418; 


309- 


III., 50, 97, 104; Daniel, yg, 


20, Romans, 125; Galatians, 


83, 88, 91, 94, 101, 103, 106, 


203. 


143; Revelation, 372. 


HEBREW NATION, Birth of the, 


HENRY II.. of England, Temper 


Exodus, 171. 


of, Proverbs, 206. 


Exodus of the, Exodus, 195- 


HERBERT, George, Jeremiah I., 


198. 


409. 


Routes of the exodus, Exodus, 


HERDER, J. G., Daniel, 35. 


196. 


HEREDITY and guilt, Exodus, 


HEBREWS, THE RACE, gradu- 


300. 


ally trained, Genesis, 7. 


in the case of David, I. Sam- 


oppressed, Exodus, 13-25. 


uel, 271. 


HEBRON, Joshua, 345; Judges, 


Influence of, Genesis, 114, 417; 


15- 


Exodus, 5 ; Chronicles, 46-63. 


David reigns at, II. Samuel, 


HERESY and magic, Pastoral 


I4-25- 


Epistles, 383. 


HEFELE, Charles J., Councils, 


Meaning in the New Testament, 


Acts II., 379; James, 14. 


Pastoral Epistles, 296-299. 


HEGESIPPUS, Acts II., 241 ; Pas- 


Teachers of, Pastoral Epistles, 


toral Epistles, 6, 337; James, 


53, 382; Peter, 283-287. 


28, 36, 39, 374- 


HERMAS, Acts II., 434; Pastoral 


HEIFER, The red, Numbers, 


Epistles, 108, 125; James, 18, 


217. 


20, 249; Peter, 64. 



HERMOGENES—HIRA M 



149 



HERMOGENES, Pastoral Epis- 


HEZEKIAH, Reign of, Deuteron- 


tles, 319-323. 


omy, 39; II. Kings, 287-304; 


HEROD THE GREAT, Matthew, 


Chronicles, 427-440. 


18; Luke, 18; Acts II., 102, 


Sickness of, II. Kings, 305- 


151, 166; James, 328. 


318; Isaiah I., 375-388. 


defied, Hebrews, 96. 


succeeded by Hezekiah, II. 


HEROD ANTIPAS, Matthew, 


Kings, 351. 


188; Mark, 170-176; Luke, 


HIERARCHY, Establishment of 


270, 271; Acts II., 30, 166. 


the, Numbers, 208. 


HEROD AGRIPPA, Acts II., 95, 


HIEROCRACY, Numbers, 6, 36.1, 


164, 168, 183-187. 


403- 


HERODOTUS, quoted, Ecclesi- 


HIGH PRIEST, The, Exodus, 37S. 


astes, 150; Isaiah II., 115; 


Christ our, Mark, 445, 446; 


Jeremiah I., 340; II., 228, 


Hebrews, 68-79. 


229; Ezekiel, 5, $72,; Daniel, 


Death of, Numbers, 404. 


189. 


Eleazar installed, Numbers, 


on the defeat of Sennacherib, 


241. 


II. Kings, 345; IsaiahL, 360. 


Jesus Christ, Leviticus, 62, 183. 


on the Persians, Ecclesiastes, 


Memory of, Numbers, 403. 


46, 48. 


Purified, Exodus, 415. 


on the Scythian invasion, II. 


Results from Christ being, He- 


Kings, 379. 


brews, 182-195. 


HEROISM demanded in the church, 


HIGHER CRITICISM, I. Kings, 3- 


Exodus, 107. 


13; II. Kings, 476-486. 


The place of, Judges, 58. 


HILARY, Acts II., 84. 


rare, Judges, 149; Isaiah II., 


HILGENFELD, Adolf, James, 49, 


173- 


375, 399, 423- 


Worship of, Jeremiah I., 


HILKIAH finds the book of the 


239- 


law, II. Kings, 386-401. 


HERZOG, J. J., Encyclopedia, 


HILLEL, Rabbi, Ecclesiastes, 


Acts I., 137, 181, 278. 


294. 


HEUZEY, Leon, Mission Archaeol, 


HINTON, James, Isaiah II., 355. 


Acts II., 274, 281. 


HIPPOLYTUS, Acts I., vii. ; Pas- 


HEXAMETER in James Epistles, 


toral Epistles, 128; James, 20, 


James, 96. 


367- 


HEZEKIAH abolishes High 


HIRAM, King of Tyre, Acts II., 


Places, Jeremiah II., 19. 


183. 


and Assyria, II. Kings, 319- 


and Solomon, I. Kings, 152, 


350. 


231. 


and Merodach-Baladan, II. 


a friend of David, II. Samuel, 


Kings, 314. 


78. 



150 



HIRELINGS— HOLLISTER 



HIRELINGS, Leviticus, 179. 

HISTORY fails in accuracy. Chron- 
icles, 119. 

God in, Exodus, 6-13; Deuter- 
onomy, 50; I. Kings, 39-45. 
284; Isaiah II., 87, 100, 106, 
160. 

Imagination in writing, Acts I., 

12S. 

■ Lessons of, I. Kings, 50-57; 

II. Kings, 481. 

a philosophy, Isaiah I., 251- 

2 57- 

Religion of, Ezra, 295-306. 

strewn with errors, Isaiah II., 

150. 

Value of the study of, Ezra, 

320. 

with a purpose, I. Kings, 46- 

49. 

HISTORY OF THE OLD TESTA- 
MENT, Naturalistic method 
with the, Joshua, 2-3. 

Supernatural method with the, 

Joshua, 4. 

HITTITES, Joshua, 56; Judges, 

65-67. 

HITZIG, Ferdinand, Psalms I., 59, 
101, 329; II., 59, 75, 77, 106, 
210, 353; III., 120, 201; Isaiah 
II., 211, 348, 435; Jeremiah 
I., 3, 6, 9, 80, 94, 98, I2I > 
192, 223, 259, 261, 269, 271, 
272, 301, 346, 347) 348; Eze- 
kiel, 72, 242, 374; Daniel, 28; 
Twelve Prophets II., 65, 86, 
123, 135, 238, 451,498, 512; 
Pastoral Epistles, 9, 407. 

HOBAB THE KENITE, Numbers, 
104. 

his influence, Numbers, 201. 



HOBAB THE KENITE refuses to 
join Israel, Numbers, 109. 

Second appeal to, Numbers, 

in. 

HOFMANN,A. G., II. Corinthians, 
65, 95, 215; Galatians, 14S, 
295; Ephesians, 17. 33, 194, 
41 7; Hebrews, 44; James, 399, 
407, 410, 438. 

HOGARTH, D. G., Acts II., 261. 

HOGARTH, William, The artist, 
Ecclesiastes, 31. 

HOKHMA, Job, 9, 16. 

HOLINESS, Building up in, James, 

455- 

by the spirit, Romans, 218- 

230. 

Call to, Peter, 45. 

Chastity, Leviticus, 379-390. 

The cost of, Genesis, 66. 

eventually supreme, I. Corin- 
thians, 133. 

Greeks had no idea of, Deuter- 
onomy, 100. 

Idea of, Numbers, 46. 

in eating, Leviticus, 367-37S. 

Justification and, Romans, 

156-186. 

Law of, Leviticus, 379-417. 

Law of priestly, Leviticus, 432- 

446. 

— — Meaning of, Exodus, 223. 

of God, I. Samuel, 27; Isaiah 

I., 67. 

Penal sanctions, Leviticus, 

418-431. 

Separation and, Ezekiel, 419. 

the will of God, Thessalonians, 

I39> Mo, 256-258. 

HOLLISTER, John, Lieut., In- 
crease in family of, Exodus, 3. 



HOLSTEN—HOR T 



151 



HOLSTEN, Lucas, Galatians,i22. 


HOOKER, Richard, Ephesians, 


HOLTZMANN, Heinrich Julius, 


379; Pastoral Epistles, 285, 


II. Corinthians, i ; Ephesians, 


286; James, 43, 65, 320, 339, 


10; James, 60. 


407, 45*> 453; John Epistles, 


HOLY GHOST, Isaiah I., 185- 


228. 


188; Thessalonians, 233-250; 


Discourse 0/ Justification, Ro- 


Hebrews, 152, 306. 


mans, 34. 


and ordination, Acts II., 414. 


Ecclesiastical Policy, Acts II., 


Anointing of the, Leviticus, 


29, 74, 238, 396, 419. 


202. 


Perpetuity of faith in the elect, 


convinces of sin, II. Samuel, 


Romans, 306. 


175- 


HOPE, Colossians, 26, 129, 130. 


Fruit of the, Galatians, 375- 


as a motive power, Pastoral 


389- 


Epistles, 259-269. 


. Holiness by the, Romans, 218- 


The Christian, II. Corinthians, 


230. 


I73-I85- 


- — Justified life by the, Romans, 


for the church, Psalms, 115. 


203-217. 


The God of, Romans, 404. 


Manifestations of the, Acts I., 


of faith, Hebrews, 276. 


89-106. 


of Job, Job, 210. 


New wine of the, Ephesians, 


Ours in God, Ephesians, 71. 


336-3SO. 


Patience of, Thessalonians, 30- 


outpoured, Isaiah I., 268-270; 


33- 


Twelve Prophets II., 422-430. 


a spiritual thing, Judges, 322. 


• Partaking of, Hebrews, 91. 


HOPHNI and Phinehas, Evil ex- 


promised, Joshua, 127; John 


ample of, I. Samuel, 50. 


II., 161-171, 207-225. 


slain, I. Samuel, 69. 


Sin against the, Hebrews, 95. 


take the ark to battle, I. Sam- 


the transfiguring spirit, II. Cor- 


uel, 63. 


inthians, 127-143. 


HOR, Mount, Numbers, 234. 


HOLY PLACE, Symbolism of the, 


HORACE, Ecclesiastes, 115, 185; 


Numbers, 79. 


Daniel, 139; Acts II., 276; 


HOLYOAKE, Mr., I. Corinthians, 


James, 266. 


9- 


HOREB, The Mount of God, I. 


HOME, Influences of the, Prov- 


Kings, 426: 


erbs, 62 64. 


HORNEJUS, James, 222. 


Religion in the, John II., 330. 


HORSES of Solomon, I. Kings, 


HOMEBORN, The, Numbers, 181. 


147. 


HONESTY, I. Samuel, 188; Prov- 


HORT, F J. A., Thessalonians, 


erbs, 224. 


288. 


HOOK, Dean W. F., Acts I., 381. 


See WESTCOTT and HORT. 



152 HO SEA II- 


-HOSEA IX. 


HOSEA, The prophet, II. Kings, 


HOSEA III., 5. II. Kings, 201; 


203-208; Twelve Prophets I., 


Chronicles, 144; Ezekiel, 313, 


212 sq. 


314- 


a prophet of love, Twelve 


HOSEA IV., 1, 2, Jeremiah II., 


Prophets I., 233. 


276. 


HOSEA, The Book, Twelve Proph- 


3, Jeremiah I., 164. 


ets I., 211-354. 


4, II. Kings, 212, 236. 


Authenticity of, Twelve Proph- 


6, Ezekiel, 440. 


ets I., 223. 


8, I. Kings, 205. 


Story of the prodigal wife, 


15. II. Kings, 20, 204. 


Twelve Prophets I., 232-252. 


16, Jeremiah I., 95. 


The text, Twelve Prophets I., 


HOSEA V., 1, II. Kings, 236. 


220-223. 


11-13, II. Kings, 225. 


HOSEA I., 4, II. Kings, 39, 130, 


13, II. Kings, 204; Mark, 60. 


140. 


HOSEA VI., 1, Jeremiah II., 2^. 


5, II. Kings, 239. 


■ 1, 7, Jeremiah I., 407. 


10, Romans, 256; Peter, 77. 


2, 3, Revelation, 7?,. 


HOSEA II., Joshua, 161, 162. 


4, Jeremiah II., 152. 


2, Song of Solomon, 45; Eze- 


6, Jeremiah I., 207; Mark, 59. 


kiel, 314; James, 22y. 


7. Jeremiah II., 288, 347. 


6, Proverbs, 39. 


9, II. Kings. 205, 236; Jere- 


7, Jeremiah I., 98. 


miah II., 284. 


8, II. Corinthians, 352. 


13, Jeremiah I., 107. 


11, Jeremiah I., 370. 


HOSEA VII., 2-7, II. Kings, 206, 


14, 15, Ezekiel, 185. 


207. 


15, Joshua, 187; Jeremiah I., 


8-12, II. Kings, 225. 


77- 


9, 10, II. Kings, 233. 


16, Mark, 63. 


11, II. Kings, 204. 


18, Jeremiah II., 347; Ezekiel, 


HOSEA VIII., 1, Jeremiah II., 2S8, 


3i3- 


347- 


19, Deuteronomy, 405; Twelve 


4, Psalms II., 132. 


Prophets II., 56; Revelation, 


5, II. Kings, 232. 


321. 


■ 9, II. Kings, 204, 225. 


19, 20, Mark, 62. 


HOSEA IX., 2, Twelve Prophets 


22, Twelve Prophets II., 140. 


II.. 247. 


23, Jeremiah II., 340; Twelve 


3, 4, Ezekiel, 63, 323; Daniel, 


Prophets II., 327; Romans, 


130. 


256; Peter, 77. 


3-6, II. Kings, 204. 


HOSEA III., 3, Song of Solomon, 


3, 12, 17, II. Kings, 237. 


45- 


7-9, Jeremiah II., 283, 299. 


—4, II. Kings, 255, 290. 


10, Jeremiah I., 131. 



HO SEA VIII.— HUSBAND 



153 



HOSEA VIII., 15, Jeremiah I., 

88. 
HOSEA X., 1, Ezekiel, 128. 

5, II. Kings, 232, 388. 

10, II. Kings, 236. 

— 13> M> II. Kings, 204. 

r i4, II. Kings, 142, 222. 

HOSEA XL, 1, Isaiah II., 268; 

Jeremiah I., yy, 126. 

4, Jeremiah II., 331. 

—5, II. Kings, 204. 

8, Jeremiah II., 330. 

8-1 1, II. Kings, 237. 

9, II. Kings, 246; Isaiah I., 

64; II., 137; Jeremiah II., 

330. 
HOSEA XII., 1, II. Kings, 204. 

4, Jeremiah I., 192. 

7, I. Kings, 233; II. Kings, 

192. 
HOSEA XIII., 7-1 1, II. Kings, 240. 

9, Peter, 309. 

14, Ephesians, 62. 

16, II. Kings, 142, 221. 

HOSEA XIV., Jeremiah II., 330. 

1, 4, Jeremiah I., 130. 

3, II. Kings, 204; Peter, 72. 

— S, Ezekiel, 363. 

HOSHEA, King of Israel, II. 

Kings, 235-247. 
HOSPITALITY, Duty of, Genesis, 

174. 
its beauty and reward, Gene- 
sis, 173. 
lacking in Bethlehem, Genesis, 

175- 
without murmuring, Peter, 

169. 
HOURS, Canonical, Acts II., 122. 
HOUSE OF GOD, The, a refuge, 

I. Samuel, 6. 



HOW, Song of Solomon, 67-69. 

HOWARD, John, Acts I., 291. 

HUGO, Victor, Isaiah I., 7; John 
Epistles, 94. 

HUMAN FRAILTY, Job, 177. 

HUMAN NATURE, the same, Jere- 
miah I., 193. 

HUMAN PROGRESS, Isaiah I., 
259. 

HUMANITARIAN relief, Exodus, 
33; John Epistles, 195. 

HUMBOLDT, Alexander von, Cos- 
mos, John Epistles, 137. 

HUMILIATION of Christ, He- 
brews, 3y, 44. 

HUMILITY and pride, Proverbs, 

44> I2 7> i79- r 90. 

Be clothed with, Peter, 213- 

222. 

False, Philippians, 92. 

Love and, Galatians, 3yy, 378. 

of Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 44. 

of the soul, Colossians, 309, 

310. 

HUNGER, Temptation of, Mat- 
thew, 44. 

HUPFIELD, Hermann, Psalms L, 
6, 21, 59, 179, 205, 206, 263, 
274,286, 321, 363; II., 59, 75, 
106, 107, 117, 168, 184, 186, 
190, 234, 260, 274, 307, 3yy, 
381, 405, 424, 427, 445, 471, 
490; III., 4, 20, 44, 52, 65, 
103, 120, 188, 222, 242, 372, 
401, 414, 442, 457. 

HURD, Bp. Richard, Jeremiah I., 
409. 

HUSBAND and wife, Colossians, 
336-340; Peter, 1 07-1 18. 

of one wife, Pastoral Epistles, 

118. 



154 



HUSBANDMAN— HYRCANUS 



HUSBANDMAN as a type of the 


HUXTABLE, Prebendary Edgar, 


Christian, Pastoral Epistles, 


Galatians, 121, 306. 


350-352- 


HYMENAEUS, Punishment of, 


HUSHAI, The Archite, II. Samuel, 


Pastoral Epistles, 74-76, 373. 


237- 


HYMNS, Ancient Christian, Pas- 


Counsel of, II. Samuel, 253. 


toral Epistles, 134. 


HUSS, John, persecuted, I. Kings, 


See PSALMODY. 


422. 


HYPAEPA, Acts II., 31. 


HUTCHINSON, Colonel, The Pur- 


HYPNOTISM, Dr. A. Moll on, 


itan, Deuteronomy, 190-191. 


Acts I., 100, 123, 230, 360. 


HUTHER, J. E., John Epistles, 


HYPOCRISY, Genesis, 281, 401; 


58. 


Proverbs, 85; Peter, 63. 


HUTTON, R. H., James, 95, 387. 


Corruption of worship by, 


HUXLEY, Professor T. H., Pas- 


Psalms II., 122. 


toral Epistles, 173. 


Danger of, Numbers, 281. 


and the necessity of grace, 


in the early church, Acts I., 


Deuteronomy, 236, 237. 


227. 


and righteousmess indeed, 


of Absalom, II. Samuel, 222. 


Deuteronomy, 165. 


of Scribes and Pharisees, Mat- 


Evolution and creation, Gene- 


thew, 334. 


sis, 10. 


HYRCANUS, Acts I., 125; II., 31. 



IB LEA M— IMPOSITION OF HANDS 



155 



IBLEAM, Joshua, 303. 
ICHABOD born, I. Samuel, 70. 
ICONIUM, Acts II., 199, 260. 
IDEAL, The Christians, Peter, 41- 

54- 

The lofty, perilous unless ap- 
plied, John Epistles, 188-203. 

IDEALISM, Job, 65, 79. 

of Ezra, Ezra, 160. 

of Isaiah, Isaiah I., 25-27. 

IDLENESS, Proverbs, 262-274. 

not religion, Exodus, 93. 

IDOLATRY, Job, 333; Isaiah II., 
9 1 , 94 97, "6, 152, 177; Jere- 
miah II., 283-294; Galatians, 
366. 

and the worship of God, Jere- 
miah I., 215-247. 

forbidden, Exodus, 295-302. 

Laws against, Deuteronomy, 

277-294. 

Modern, Judges, 81. 

of Ahaz, II. Kings, 274. 

of Amaziah, II. Kings, 173. 

of Israel, Judges, 230; I. Sam- 
uel, 88; II. Kings, 249; Ezekiel, 
172-188. 

of Jeroboam, I. Kings, 287. 

of Manassah, Deuteronomy, 

121; II. Kings, 360-363. 

punished, Leviticus, 425; 

Judges, 51. 

Zephaniah denounces, II. 

Kings, 375. 

IDUMAEA, Religion of, Job, 25. 



IGNATIUS, Pastoral Epistles, 5, 
10, 33, 69, 113, 114, 378; 
Hebrews, 76; James, 3, 130, 
212, 279, 429; Peter, 263; 
John Epistles, 45, 52, 65, 66, 

273- 

ILLUMINATION, Gift of, He- 
brews, 93. 

ILLUSIVENESS OF LIFE, He- 
brews, 221. 

IMAGE of God's substance, He- 
brews, 13. 

Use of the word, Hebrews, 176. 

IMAGE-WORSHIP, Leviticus,444 ; 
Deuteronomy, 78, 256. 

IMAGINATION, nature's highest 
gift, Hebrews, 4. 

IMMANUEL, Isaiah I., 102, 115, 
124 sq. 133 sq. ; Matthew, 10, 
11. 

IMMER, A., Pastoral Epistles, 9, 
407. 

IMMORTALITY, Exodus, 50; 
Isaiah I., 385, 394. 397, 410, 
444-452. 

and the " Tree of Life," Gene- 
sis, 19. 

Christ and, John I., 365. 

Conviction of, Psalms I., 

141. 

Principle of, Job, 240. 

IMMUTABLE THINGS, Hebrews, 
103. 

IMPOSITION OF HANDS, See 
LAYING ON OF HANDS. 



156 



7A/P0 TENCE— INNOCENCE 



IMPOTENCE confessed. Numbers, 
285- 

IMPRISONMENT of Paul, Pas- 
toral Epistles, i j, 24. 2S, 362, 
401. 

of Timothy, Pastoral Epistles, 

M- 

IMPULSES not accidents, Exo- 
dus. 37. 

INCARNATION and reconcilia- 
tion, Colossians, 96-99. 

and the tabernacle, Exodus, 

375- 
— — the crown of creation, Genesis, 

13- 

Delay of, Acts II., 99. 

Models of, Luke, 49. 

a necessity, Luke, 48. 

not incredible. Matthew, 8. 

of Christ, John I., 3-17; Phil- 

ippians, 1 12-127; Pastoral 

Epistles, 44. 353. 363, 389; 

Hebrews, 45 sq. 
O. T. prophesies of, Isaiah II., 

135- Mi- 
INCENSE, Altar of, Hebrews, 151. 
in the tabernacle, Exodus, 417- 

419. 423- 

INCEST, Leviticus, 381. 

at Corinth, Pastoral Epistles, 

7i- 265. 

INDEPENDENCE, Charity and, 
Thessalonians, 151-168. 

INDICH, Acts I., 415. 

INDIVIDUAL, and the corn- 
unity, Isaiah I., 389. 

conviction, I. Samuel. 226. 

effort, I. Samuel, 227. 

Importance of the, Exodus, 26. 

instruments in God's hands, I. 

Samuel, 228. 



INDIVIDUAL man, Isaiah II., 

41-43- 

Providence to the. Exodus, 66. 

Religion of the, Ezekiel, 143- 

158. 

INDIVIDUALISM. Hebrews, 141. 

INDRA, Drunkenness of, Proverbs, 
279. 

INDUSTRY commended, Thessa- 
lonians, 377-3S1. 

A life of quiet, Thessalonians, 

160-165. 

INFIDELITY, Psalms I., 125. 

A cause of. Job. 115. 

prayerless, Psalms I., 128. 

INFLUENCE depends on our 
standing, Judges, 15. 

■ of friendship, Proverbs, 230- 

2j3- 

of the home, Proverbs, 58. 

of music, I. Samuel, 275. 

of women, I. Corinthians, 

2 i 2 - 

Wrong, Joshua, 336. 

INHERITANCE. The Christian, 
Colossians, 56-61. 

The heavenly, Peter, 17-28. 

INHERITED OPINIONS, Job, 
169. 

INIQUITY of the priesthood, Num- 
bers, 214. 

of the tabernacle, Numbers, 

212. 

INNOCENCE and virtue, Philip- 
pians, 144. 

in the home, II. Samuel, 194. 

The law defines. Exodus. 281. 

of circumstance, Genesis, 19; 

Exodus, 9. 

suffering with the guilty. Gene- 
sis, 34S. 



IN SCR IP T IONS— ISA I A H 



157 



INSCRIPTIONS on the Temple 

wall, Acts II., 428. 
INSINCERITY, Numbers, 270; 

Song of Solomon, 164. 
INSPIRATION, Numbers, 13; 

Isaiah I., 123, 213, 372; Luke, 

2, 12; James, 298, 344, 405, 

424. 

claimed by Elihu, Job, 342. 

-j — Doubtful readings and verbal, 

James, 401-406. 
the need of the hour, Ezra, 

209. 
——of the author of Job, Job, s 2 > 

33- 

of Moses, Numbers, 144. 

Poetic, Psalms II., 66. 

of prophets, Numbers, 143. 

of the Psalmist, Psalms II., 

102. 
of Scripture, Pastoral Epistles, 

38i, 393-396- 

verbal, II. Kings, 476. 

INTEGRITY of Job, Job, 72-75. 

INTERCESSION, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 83, 86, 326; James, 325- 
342. 

mutual, Thessalonians, 359- 

374- 
INTERMEDIATE STATE, Acts I., 

124. 
INTOLERANCE, Moral, Judges, 

354- 
INTROSPECTION, Hebrews, 105. 
INTRUSIONS ON LIFE, Numbers, 

232. 
INVESTITURE of Hebrew priests, 

Leviticus, 191. 
IRENAEUS, Acts I., 13, 121, 276, 

286; II., 416-418; Pastoral 

Epistles, 6, 112, 113, 294,338, 



373- 4i5; James, 4, 20, 434, 
438, 444; Peter, vi.; John 
Epistles, 12, 43, 287. 

IRENARCH, Acts II., 216. 

IRISH LONGEVITY, Acts I., 5. 

IRISH ACADEMY, Royal, Acts 
II., 89. 

IRRESOLUTE, The, Numbers, 
107. 

IRVING, Edward, Song of Solo- 
mon, 283; Acts I., 198. 

ISAAC and the fraud of Jacob, 
Genesis, 267-278. 

and Ishmael, Genesis, 212-225. 

Blessingof, Hebrews, 102, 259. 

born, Genesis, 168. 

called Wordsworth of the Old 

Testament, Genesis, 255. 

Death of, Genesis, 318. 

— — Marriage of, Genesis, 240- 

2 53- 

Patience of, Genesis, 242. 

Resurrection of, Hebrews, 228. 

Sacrifice of, Genesis, 198-21 1. 

Sons of, Genesis, 254-266. 

ISAIAH, Numbers, 213. 

and Ahaz, II. Kings, 265-272. 

and xl.-lxvi., Isaiah II., 23, 24. 

and Hezekiah, II. Kings, 287- 

35o. 

and Moses, Numbers, 146. 

apprenticeship, Isaiah I., 19. 

Call and consecration of, Isaiah 

I., 57sq. 
compared with Cromwell, 

Isaiah I., i6osq., 220. 

compared with Job, Job, 10. 

compared with Mazzini, Isaiah 

L, 85-87. 
compared with Moses, Isaiah 

I., 88. 



158 ISAIAH— 


ISAIAH I. 


ISAIAH contrasted with crusad- 


ISAIAH, Self-control of, Isaiah 


ers, Isaiah I.. 367. 


I., 166. 


contribution to the religious 


a son of Jerusalem, Isaiah I., 


development of Israel, Isaiah I., 


22. 


101, 2S4, 2S8. 


Style of, Isaiah I., 281. 


Death of, Deuteronomy, 43. 


Threefold vision, Isaiah I., 23- 


Ezekiel and, Ezekiel, 35-38. 


2 5- 


Faith of, Hebrews, 261. 


Triumph of, Isaiah I., 323sq. 


habit of appealing to the peo- 


use of the word righteousness, 


ple, Isaiah I., 119. 


Isaiah II., 216-218. 


his prophesies of exile, Isaiah 


walks stripped for a sign, 


II., 23, zg. 


Isaiah I., 199. 


■ his reception, Deuteronomy, 


working of his imagination, 


39- 


Isaiah I., 234. 


Humanity of, Isaiah I., 285, 


youth, Isaiah I., 21, 59. 


294. 


ISAIAH, The Book, Isaiah I., 


Ideal of, Isaiah I., 392. 


i-xv. ; II., i-xvi. 


an idealist, Isaiah I., 2-,. 


Chronology, Isaiah I., 1 ; II., 1. 


Imagination and conscience of, 


composite, Isaiah II., 4. 5. 


Isaiah I., 335. 


Date of, xl-lxvi, Isaiah II., 


Inspiration of, Isaiah I., 213, 


2-25, 65-68, 112, 146, 212, 


3,72- 


223, 233-235, 290, 313. 


lesson for all time, Isaiah I., 


Post exilic elements in xl-lxvi. 


366. 


Isaiah II., 18, 414, 45S, 465. 


no fatalist, Isaiah I., no. 


Pre-exilic elements in xl-lxvi, 


Patriotism of, Isaiah I., 30sq. 


Isaiah II., 18-20, 409. 


Personal religion of, Isaiah I., 


Unity of, xl-lxvi, Isaiah II., 


39i- 


18, 21, 212, 222, 234, 314, 


Personality of, Isaiah I., 75 sq., 


336, 409, 441, 446. 


2 53- 


ISAIAH I., 3, Ezra, 207. 


a prophet, Isaiah I., 30. 


5, 6, Psalms I., 379. 


a realist, Isaiah I., 27. 


6, James, 67, 328. 


regard for animals, Isaiah I., 


7, Jeremiah I., 79. 


190. 


9, Romans, 257. 


Sanity of, Isaiah I., 109, 


10, 21, Revelation, 184, 292. 


I54sq., 166, 300. 


10-17, II. Kings, 215; Song of 


Satire of, Isaiah I., 29, 139, 


Solomon, 118. 


156. 


n-16, I. Kings, 213; Jeremiah 


saved from the popular drift, 


!•> 259> 37o. 


Isaiah I., 121. 


13, Jeremiah I., 298, 368. 


■ Scorn of, Isaiah I., 127. 


13, Revelation, 174. 



ISAIAH I.— ISAIAH IX. 



159 



ISAIAH I., 14, Galatians, 266. 
15, Proverbs, 26; Jeremiah I., 

158. 

18, Jeremiah I., 96. 

-19, 20, II. Kings, 348; Jere- 
miah I., 82. 

26, Jeremiah I., 120. 

ISAIAH II., 2, Jeremiah I., 123; 

Daniel, 161 ; Matthew, 67; 

Peter, a. 
2-4, II. Kings, 263; Jeremiah 

II., 107; Ezekiel, 221. 
3, Proverbs, 374; Jeremiah I., 

85. 

19, Revelation, 106. 

ISAIAH III., 1-12, II. Kings, 261. 

4, II. Kings, 260; James, 447. 

——10, I. Kings, 119. 

16, II. Kings, 263. 

1823, Peter, in. 

23, Twelve Prophets II., 294. 

26, Jeremiah I., 293. 

ISAIAH IV., 1, Jeremiah I., 158. 
2, Chronicles, 144; Jeremiah 

II., 324; Twelve Prophets II., 

293- 

4, Leviticus, 190. 

6, Psalms I., 263. 

11, Deuteronomy, 430. 

ISAIAH V., 1, Jeremiah I., 95; 

Ezekiel, 128. 
—7, II. Kings, 263. 

25, Jeremiah I., 116. 

26, Daniel, 67. 

- — 26-29, II. Kings, 223, 347; 

Daniel, 258. 

■ 3°> Jeremiah I., 293. 

ISAIAH VI., 1, 3, Ephesians, 93. 
3, Psalms III., 71 ; Revelation, 

67. 
4, Revelation, 264. 



ISAIAH VI., 5, Revelation, 17. 

6, Jeremiah I., 230; Daniel, 

262. 

7, Luke, 96; Romans, 15. 

13, Jeremiah I., 120; Ezekiel, 

65- 
ISAIAH VII., 1-25, II. Kings, 

270. 

6, Daniel, 200. 

8, Jeremiah I., 305; Ezekiel, 

353- 
— — 9, Chronicles, 95. 

15, Twelve Prophets I., 322. 

17, Chronicles, 355. 

1 8, II. Kings, 347; Daniel, 67. 

ISAIAH VIII., 1, Twelve Prophets 

I., 58; II., 266. 
2, Chronicles, 201; Twelve 

Prophets II., 265. 

3, II. Kings, 387. 

5-8, Revelation, 151. 

6, 7, II. Kings, 229; Psalms 

II., 82; Ezekiel, 484. 

7, Jeremiah I., 93; Daniel, 238. 

12, 13, Jeremiah I., 228; Peter, 

125- 

14, Romans, 258; Peter, 75. 

16-18, Ezekiel, 54. 

18, II. Kings, 264; Hebrews, 

40. 

19, Leviticus, 411. 

20, Jeremiah I., 293. 

21, Jeremiah I., 230. 

ISAIAH IX., 2, Psalms III., 163. 

3, Psalms II., 436. 

-5, Romans, 263. 

6, II. Samuel, 120. 

7, Chronicles, 143. 

8 17, II Kings, 232. 

10, Twelve Prophets I., ^3, 41, 

68. 



160 



ISAIAH IX.— ISAIAH XXII. 



ISAIAH IX., 11-16, II. Kings, 

?33- 
ISAIAH X., 2, Ezekiel, 312. 

5-34, Ezekiel, 372. 

7, Ezekiel, 370. 

S, II. Kings, 225. 

10, 12, Peter, 88. 

11, II. Kings, 291. 

14, II. Kings, 301. 

18, Jeremiah I., 82. 

22, 23, Romans, 256. 

28, Twelve Prophets I., 379. 

28-32, Joshua, 319; II. Kings, 

300. 
33< 34- II- Kings, 340, 348; 

Daniel, 219. 
ISAIAH XI., 1, II. Kings, 340; 

Chronicles, 144; Jeremiah II., 

324; Twelve Prophets II., 293; 

Luke, 52; Revelation, 78, 

385- 

4, Twelve Prophets II., 154. 

5, Twelve Prophets II., 140. 

10, Romans, 401 ; Revelation, 

270. 

10-16, Jeremiah II., 329. 

12, Jeremiah I., 125. 

13, Jeremiah II., 343; Ezekiel, 

3i4- 

ISAIAH XII., 3, Peter, 314; Rev- 
elation, 126. 

ISAIAH XIII., 3, Jeremiah I., 68. 

6, Peter, 327. 

9, 10, Revelation, 106. 

10, Jeremiah I., 227. 

11-16, II. Kings, 142. 

13, I. Kings, 440. 

16, II. Kings, 222; Psalms 

III., 374- 

19, II. Kings, 315. 

19-22, Revelation, 304. 



ISAIAH XIV., 3, Twelve Prophets 
II., 150. 

4, IT. Kings. 315; Daniel, 153; 

Song of Solomon, 66. 

S, II. Kings, 340. 

— — 9, Daniel, 256. 

12, Revelation, 142. 

14, Psalms I., 67. 

16, Ecclesiastes, 42. 

18, Twelve Prophets II., 112. 

18-20, Ezekiel, 277. 

22, John Epistles, 183. 

29, II. Kings, 210, 347. 

30, John Epistles, 183. 

31, Jeremiah II., 299. 

ISAIAH XV., 1, 2, II. Kings, 190. 

5, Jeremiah II., 234. 

7, II. Kings, 191. 

9, John Epistles, 183. 

ISAIAH XVI., 5, Chronicles, 143. 

-6, Jeremiah I., 171; II., 239; 

Ezekiel, 226; Peter, 360. 
10, Jeremiah I., 82. 

ISAIAH XVII., 6, Revelation, 58. 

12-14, Ezekiel, 372; Daniel, 

238; Twelve Prophets II., 
289. 
ISAIAH XIX., 4, II. Kings, 343. 

5, Job, 10. 

13, Job, 10. 

14, 15, Jeremiah I., 292. 

— — 19, Twelve Prophets I., 369. 

24, 25, II. Kings, 350. 

25, Jeremiah II., 228. 

ISAIAH XX., 1, II. Kings, 331. 

2, 3, II. Kings, 79. 

ISAIAH XXI., 2, Daniel, 219. 
ISAIAH XXII., 1-13, II. Kings, 

333- 

5, Twelve Prophets I., 429. 

11, Jeremiah I., 68. 



ISAIAH XXII.— ISAIAH XXXIV 



161 



ISAIAH XXII., 12, 13, James, 
284. 

15, I. Kings, 143. 

17, 18, II. Kings, 298. 

21, 22, II. Kings, 335; Revela- 
tion, 16, 59. 

ISAIAH XXIII., 8, Ezekiel, 232. 

13, Daniel, 49. 

——17, Twelve Prophets I., 367. 

ISAIAH XXIV., 10, Revelation, 
308. 

19, Peter, 356. 

2 1, Daniel, 202; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 316. 

23, Revelation, 56, 359. 

ISAIAH XXV., 2, Twelve Prophets 

I-, 33- 

7, Acts I., 97. 

3, Ephesians, 62; Revelation, 

128. 
ISAIAHXXVL, 1, Revelation, 365. 

2, Psalms III., 238. 

4, Peter, 70. 

9, Daniel, 184. 

n, II. Kings, 18. 

13, Jeremiah I., 119. 

19, Ezekiel, 350; Ephesians, 

335- 

ISAIAH XXVII., 1, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 504. 

9, Romans, 308. 

ISAIAH XXVIII., 1, Joshua, 301; 
Jeremiah I., 294. 

7, Jeremiah I., 292. 

• 7 l S, II- Kings, 302, 303. 

16, Daniel, 161; Romans, 258, 

269; Peter, 73. 

23-29, Proverbs, 218. 

29, Job, 10. 

ISAIAH XXIX., 4, Jeremiah II., 
226. 



ISAIAH XXIX., 5-8, II. Kings, 
348. 

6, I. Kings, 440. 

10, Romans, 289. 

11, II. Kings, 291. 

13, 14, I. Kings, 220; Jere- 
miah I., 265; Colossians, 250. 

16, Psalms III., 107. 

17, Jeremiah I., 82. 

ISAIAH XXX., 1, Jeremiah I., 92. 

1-7, II. Kings, 301; Jeremiah 

I., 106. 

3, Chronicles, 355. 

4, Daniel, 68. 

9, 22, II. Kings, 291. 

14, Jeremiah I, 291. 

20-33, II- Kings, 348. 

26, Daniel, 178. 

28, II. Kings, 340. 

-29, Peter, 70. 

32, Twelve Prophets II., 154. 

33> Jeremiah I., 401. 

ISAIAH XXXI., 1, Chronicles, 355; 
Jeremiah I., 231. 

ISAIAH XXXII., 1, Jeremiah I., 
190; Ezekiel, 308. 

15, Ezekiel, 363. 

17, Jeremiah I., 181. 

18, Revelation, 91. 

ISAIAH XXXIII., 1, James, 276. 

■ 3, II. Kings, 342. 

8, II. Kings, 331, 336. 

9, Acts I., 408. 

13-16, Psalms I., 138. 

14, Exodus, 374. 

16-21, Jeremiah II., 328. 

18, II. Kings, 342. 

21, Psalms II., 80. 

22, II. Kings, 399-401. 

ISAIAH XXXIV., 2, 4, Revelation, 
106. 



162 



ISAIAH XXXIV.— ISAIAH XII J' 



ISAIAH XXXIV., 4, Peter, 339, 

356. 
ISAIAH XXXV., 2, Psalms III.. 63. 

7, Psalms III., 167. 

8, Ecclesiastes, 104. 

10, Revelation, 240. 

ISAIAH XXXVI., i, 2, Jeremiah I., 

293- 

4, Daniel, 153. 

6, Song of Solomon, 292; Eze- 

kiel, 265. 

7, Jeremiah II., 18. 

20, Daniel, 175. 

ISAIAH XXXVII., 2, II. Kings, 

299. 

■ S, Joshua, 296. 

- — 24, 25, Chronicles, 144; Twelve 

Prophets I., 437. 

26, Jeremiah I., 68. 

29, Twelve Prophets I., 148; 

II., 285. 

31, Jeremiah I., 120. 

33< Jeremiah I., 331. 

34, Jeremiah I., 293. 

35, Chronicles, 143. 

ISAIAH XXXVIII., 5, Chronicles, 

143- 

• 6, II. Kings, 349. 

10-20, II. Kings, 307, 313. 

12, James, 199. 

17, I. Kings, 52; Peter, 152. 

18, 19, Psalms I., 287; III., 

220. 
ISAIAH XXXIX., 7, Daniel, 9, 127. 
ISAIAH XL., 2, Psalms II., 453; 

Jeremiah L, 118, 342. 

5, Psalms III., 63. 

6-8, James, 59, 85; Peter, 59; 

John Epistles, 154. 

13, Romans, 317. 

15, II, Kings, 350; Daniel, 202. 



XL.. 



Jeremiah I., 



ISAIAH 
230. 

19-24, Jeremiah I.. 223. 

20. Jeremiah I., 232. 

22, Job, 1 1. 

25, Revelation, 22^. 

26-29, Psalms III., 443; Dan- 
iel, 202; Revelation, 124. 

2y, Jeremiah I., 146. 

31, Peter, 195; Revelation, 

211. 

ISAIAH XLL, 2, Revelation, 89. 

7, Jeremiah I., 223. 

8, Romans, 104; Galatians, 

186. 

14, II. Kings, 246; Psalms I., 

215; Song of Solomon, 261. 

15, Daniel, 153. 

18, Psalms III., 167. 

23, Jeremiah I., 229. 

24, Jeremiah I., 230. 

ISAIAH XLIL, 1, Song of Solo- 
mon, 160. 

2, 3, I. Kings, 397. 

3, Galatians, 395. 

7, Psalms III., 163. 

17, Psalms III., 64. 

18, Jeremiah II., 273. 

21, Leviticus, 173. 

25, II. Samuel, 328. 

ISAIAH XLIII., 2, 3, Daniel, 52, 
219. 

8, Jeremiah II., 2-jt,. 

14, Ecclesiastes, 41. 

25, Proverbs, 371; Hebrews, 

146. 

ISAIAH XLIV., 2, Daniel, 1S0. 

5, Galatians, 456. 

S 20, Jeremiah L. 223. 

9, Psalms II., 132; III., 64, 

217; Daniel, 170. 



ISAIAH XLIV 


—ISAIAH LV. 


163 


ISAIAH XLIV., 1 1, Twelve Proph- 


ISAIAH XLIX., 10, Revelation, 


ets I., 259. 


128. 




12, Twelve Prophets II., 287. 


13, Psalms III., 70. 




15-17, Exodus, 296. 


15, Peter, 197. 




17, Jeremiah I., 175. 


23, Daniel, 50. 




23, Psalms III., 70. 


ISAIAH L., 1, Deuteronomy, 


405; 


24, Psalms III., 98; Jeremiah, 


James, 239. 




67. 


2, Psalms, 167. 




28, Ezra, 27; Ecclesiastes, 43; 


ISAIAH LI., 2, Ezekiel, 292 




Twelve Prophets II., 206. 


6, Psalms III., 98; Peter 


339- 


ISAIAH XLV., 1, Ecclesiastes, 43; 


9, 10, 15, II. Kings, 301; 


Job, 


Twelve Prophets II., 206. 


u ; Daniel, 238. 




2, Psalms III., 163. 


10, Revelation, 270. 




7, Chronicles, 288. 


15, Jeremiah II., 355. 




13, Jeremiah II., 165. 


16, Jeremiah I., 71. 




15, Revelation, 195. 


17, Ephesians, 335. 




23, Romans, 385. 


ISAIAH LIE, 7, Romans, 


274; 


ISAIAH XLVL, 1, Ecclesiastes, 


Ephesians, 416. 




62. 


9, Psalms III., 70. 




3> 5) Revelation, 223. 


10, Psalms III., 63, 69. 




5-7) Jeremiah I., 223. 


11, Peter, 128. 




6, Daniel, 164. 


14, Psalms I., 215. 




7, Jeremiah I., 93, 218. 


ISAIAH LIIL, Job, 15; Psalms 


ISAIAH XLVII., 1-3, Jeremiah I., 


I., 222, 379. 




296. 


1, Romans, 279. 




1-8, Ecclesiastes, 41. 


2, Twelve Prophets II., 


293; 


9, 12, Daniel, 146. 


Romans, 16. 




10, Jeremiah I., 171. 


4-6, Song of Solomon, 308. 


13, II. Kings, 348; Jeremiah I., 


5, Psalms I., 379; Luke, 


37i- 


218, 226; Daniel, 219. 


7, Psalms I., 382. 




ISAIAH XL VIII., 1, Jeremiah I., 


10, Psalms I., 218; Mark, 


294; 


132. 


Peter, 180. 




10, Jeremiah I., 197; II., 240. 


12, Psalms III., 403. 




13, Psalms III., 98. 


15, Daniel, 165. 




ISAIAH XLIX., 1, 2, Galatians, 


ISAIAH LIV., 1, Psalms III., 


208. 


76. 


5, Mark, 62; Revelation, 


321. 


2, I. Kings, 388; Psalms III., 


8, Numbers, 70. 




69. 


10, Psalms III., 98. 




6, Chronicles, 140. 


17, Daniel, 220. 




8, II. Corinthians, 227. 


ISAIAH LV., 1, Peter, 314. 




9, Psalms III., 163. 


3, Acts II., 208. 





161 



ISAIAH L V.— ISO LA TIOX 



ISAIAH LV., 9, Jeremiah I.. 3S3. 
■ 12, Psalms III., 70; Revela- 
tion, 245. 
ISAIAH LVI., 7, Ezra, 66. 

S, Psalms III., 1S5. 

10, James, 416. 

ISAIAH LVIL, Jeremiah II., 74. 

15, Psalms III., 207. 

16, Twelve Prophets I., 435. 

19, Ephesians, 131. 

ISAIAH LVIIL, 2-4, Revelation, 

255- 

3-S, Jeremiah II., 35. 

5-1 1, 13, 14, Exodus, 309; 

Mark, 65, 67. 

ISAIAH LIX, 7, Proverbs, 26; 
Romans, 86. 

16, Psalms III.. 69. 

17, Ephesians, 419; Thessa- 

lonians, 195; James, 198. 

19, Revelation, 213. 

20, 21, II. Samuel, 400; Ro- 
mans, 30S. 

21, Jeremiah I., 71; II., 362. 

ISAIAH LX.. 1, Luke, 132; Ephe- 
sians, 335. 

13, Twelve Prophets I., 313. 

14, Daniel, 50, 165. 

17, Pastoral Epistles, no. 

ISAIAH LXI.. 1, Leviticus, 202. 

• 7, Twelve Prophets II., 466. 

9, Revelation, 215. 

10, Leviticus, 215; Revelation, 

101, 263. 

ISAIAH LXIL, 4, Ezekiel, 333. 

5, Mark, 62. 

6, Psalms II., 434. 

12. Psalms III., 159. 

ISAIAH LXIIL, 3. Revelation, 326. 

5, Psalms III., 69. 

7, Twelve Prophets II., 127. 



ISAIAH LXIIL, 9, II. Kings, 68; 
Song of Solomon, 231; Jere- 
miah I., 307. 

10, I. Samuel, 412; Ephesians, 

298. 

13. Psalms III., 143; Twelve 

Prophets I., 295. 

ISAIAH LXIV., 1, Revelation, S7. 

6, 7, Numbers, 214. 

ISAIAH LXV, 1, Romans, 280. 

2, Romans, 281. 

8, Revelation, 58. 

10, Joshua, 187. 

16, Jeremiah I., 132; Revela- 
tion, 33. 

17, Peter, 361. 

ISAIAH LXVL, 3, Galatians, 

32S- 

15, II. Kings, 22. 

22, Chronicles, 9. 

ISHBI-BENOB, II. Samuel, 339. 

ISHBOSHETH murdered,II. Sam- 
uel, 58. 
— set up by Abner, II. Samuel, 

23- 
ISHMAEL, Birth of, Genesis, 147- 

158. 
—Destiny of, Genesis, 154. 
loved by Abraham, Genesis, 

160. 
Paul's interpretation of the 

story. Genesis, 220-225. 
supplanted by Isaac, Genesis, 

212-225. 
ISHMAEL, Son of Nethaniah, II. 

Kings, 469-472; Jeremiah II., 

183. 
ISLAND MONASTERRIES, Acts 

II, 89. 
ISOLATION, Theevil of, Proverbs, 

239-249. 



ISRA EL—ISRA EL 



1C.j 



ISRAEL, After the flesh and after 
the spirit, Matthew, 202-206. 

Allotments of the tribes, 

Joshua, 258-325. 

-and Amalek, Exodus, 252-258. 

and Greece, Isaiah I., 365. 

and the Greeks, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 439446. 

at Sinai, Exodus, 270-279. 

called " my people" Exodus, 

Si- 
chosen by God, I. Samuel, 

201. 

circumcised at the Jordan, 

Joshua, 1 17-12 1. 

. contrasted with Judah, Jere- 
miah I., 1 14-133. 

Conversion of, Ezekiel, 356- 

366. 

crossing the Jordan, Joshua, 

106-116. 

■ David anointed King, I. Sam- 
uel, 253-264. 

Death of David, I. Kings, 14- 

104. 

Defiant advance on Canaan, 

Numbers, 174. 

demands a king, I. Samuel, 

109-120. 

disaffected at Kadesh, Num- 
bers, 160. 

The divided Kingdom, I. Kings, 

269-499. 

Eighth Century in, Twelve 

Prophets I., 31-43. 

elected for service, Isaiah II., 

237- 

Fall of, overruled, Romans, 

294-306. 

Formation of the new, Eze- 
kiel, 285-382. 



ISRAEL, From the return to 
building of the temple, Twelve 
Prophets II., 198-221. 

History from Isaiah to fall of 

Jerusalem, Isaiah II., 26-35. 

a holy nation, Numbers, 

25- 
idea of Jehovah, Judges, 107, 

118. 
idolatrous in Egypt, Exodus, 

20. 
invaded by the Philistines, I. 

Samuel, 93. 

Itinerary of, Numbers, 382. 

jealous of Jehovah, Twelve 

Prophets II., 536-541. 

Jesus a Jew, Isaiah II., 249. 

justice in, Deuteronomy, 2>77~ 

395- 
Kings of, Fable, II. Kings, 

495- 
little mentioned in Chronicles, 

Chronicles, 207. 
loses the ark, I. Samuel, 61- 

72. 

mission of, Judges, 13. 

missionary career of, Isaiah II., 

44-47- 
Moses intercedes for, Numbers, 

169. 

motives for faithfulness, Deu- 
teronomy, 218-238. 

murmuring for food, Exodus, 

232-238. 

no enchantment with, Num- 
bers, 302. 

not forsaken, Romans, 282- 

293- 

not hopeful, Numbers, 156. 

Oppressions of, Judges, 72, 92, 

137- 



ICC ISRAEL— I YE-ABARIM 


ISRAEL, our mother of sorrows, 


ISRAEL, subdue the Philistines, 


Twelve Prophets I., 435-43S. 


I. Samuel, 97-10S. 


Prominence givento, Isaiah II., 


Superiority of, Judges, 55, 69, 


236. 


90. 


Punishment of, Numbers, 171. 


supernaturally directed in 


purity of race, Numbers, 32S. 


leaving Egypt, Joshua, 7. 


qualities of nation, Isaiah II., 


■ tempted to idolatry, Judges, 


24+ 


33- 


refused a way through Edom, 


their advantages, Numbers, 


Numbers, 231. 


3^4- 


religion of. Numbers, 9. 


Thick night of, Twelve Proph- 


Religious condition of, Isaiah 


ets I., 253-29S. 


I., 99. 


unable to convert, Numbers, 


Religious enthusiasm of. Num- 


3i9- 


bers. 353. 


under the Persians, Twelve 


Restoration foretold, Romans, 


Prophets II., 187-197. 


307-320. 


See names of individual kings. 


Route supernaturally guided, 


ISSACHAR and his father's bless- 


Joshua, 8. 


ing. Genesis, 437. 


• Samuel judges, I. Samuel, 106. 


ISSACHAR, The tribe, Inheritance 


Saul chosen King, I. Samuel, 


of, Joshua, 321, 322. 


157-168. 


Moses blesses, Deuteronomy, 


Separateness of, Numbers, 7, 


468. 


295- 


ISTHMIAN GAMES, Paul's illus- 


Seventh Century in, Twelve 


tration from the, I. Corinthi- 


Prophets II., 3-32. 


ans, 211-226. 


Solidarity of, Psalms II., 3S7. 


ITALIAN BAND, Acts II., 103. 


Solomon anointed, I. Kings, 89. 


ITHAMAR, Eleazar and, Num- 


Solomon dies, I. Kings, 250- 


bers, 31. 


265. 


IYE-ABARIM, Numbers, 250. 



J A BEL— J A MES 



167 



JABAL, Genesis, 46. 
JABESH-GILEAD, David thanks 

the men of, II. Samuel, 20. 
its men slaughtered, Judges, 

357- 
men rescue the body of Saul, 

I. Samuel, 437, 438. 

Relief of, I. Samuel, 169-180, 

JABEZ, Chronicles, 78. 

JABIN, King of Hazor, Joshua, 

236, 238; Judges, 91. 
JACOB afraid of Esau, Genesis, 

295- 
— and Benjamin, Genesis, 425. 

and Esau, Genesis, 254-266. 

and his fraud, Genesis, 267- 

278. 

and Joseph, Genesis, 328. 

and Pharaoh, Genesis, 407. 

■ at Peniel, Genesis, 293-306; 

Exodus, 7. 
blesses Joseph's sons, Genesis, 

421. 
■ blessing his sons, Genesis, 415- 

445; Hebrews, 249, 259. 

Change of name, Genesis, 303. 

— — Flight and dream of, Genesis, 

279-292. 
his character analyzed, Gene- 
sis, 260. 

in Egypt, Genesis, 404sq. 

in Shechem, Genesis, 313 315. 

Lameness of, Genesis, 309. 

married to Leah, Genesis, 291. 



JACOB, Prayer of, Genesis, 297. 

returns, Genesis, 307-320. 

Wrestling, Genesis, 302. 

JAEL wife of Heber the Kenite, 

Judges, 102, 133. 
JAILOR, The Philippian, Acts II., 

286-290. 
JAMES, The Apostle, Mark, 82; 

Acts II., 168-174; Galatians, 

126. 
JAMES OF ALPHEUS, James, 27. 
JAMES THE JUST, James, 31, 

36, 4i> 47- 

JAMES, Bishop of Jerusalem, Acts 
II., 241, 426, 427; Galatians, 
87; James, 25-41. 

on faith, Hebrews, 200. 

JAMES, The Epistle, and the say- 
ings of Christ, James, 308- 

314- 
and the wisdom literature, 

James, 68-79. 
and the writings of Paul and 

Peter, James, 55-67. 

Authenticity, James, 13-25. 

Author of, James, 25-41. 

Date of, James, 60-62. 

— — Improvements by revisers, 

James, 57, 80, 109, 114, 118, 

119, 136, 151, 170, 175, 196, 

226, 231, 335, 409, 445,458, 

468. 
persons addressed in, James, 

42-54- 



168 



JAMES I.—JEHOIDA 



JAMES I., 2, Romans. 229. 

5. Ezra, 260; II. Corinthians, 

265. 

12, Pastoral Epistles, 369. 

13-15, Proverbs, 252. 

17, Isaiah I., 449. 

18, Leviticus, 461; Revelation, 

2 45- 
21, Peter, 64; John Epistles, 

309- 

26, Proverbs, 177. 

27, Ezra, 105, 204. 

JAMES II., 5, Revelation, 48. 

6, 7. Acts II., 27. 

7, Ezekiel, 335. 

8, Galatians, 341. 

11, Exodus, 281. 

17, 18, Hebrews, 201. 

19, Romans, 115; Galatians, 

220; Hebrews, 223; Peter, 289; 
Revelation, 248. 

2T„ Galatians, 186. 

25, Joshua, 159. 

JAMES III., 1, Leviticus, 124. 

2, Ephesians, 246. 

5. 6, Peter, 123. 

■ 6, Proverbs, 166. 

9, Mark, 329. 

11, Exodus, 229. 

17. Philippians, 41. 

JAMES IV., 2, Song of Solomon, 
208. 

3, Peter, 167. 

4, Revelation, 224. 

5, Galatians, 349. 

11, Peter, 63. 

*3-i7: John Epistles, 154. 

JAMES V., 5, Peter, 304. 

7, Philippians, 327; John Epis- 
tles, 211. 

8, Peter, 163. 



JAMES V., 16, Song of Solomon, 

333- 

17, Daniel, 237; Revelation, 

182. 

20, John Epistles, 309. 

JANNES AND JAMBRES, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 379-383. 

JASHER, The book, Joshua, 229. 

JASHOBEAM, II. Samuel, 343. 

JEALOUSY, Genesis, 35; James, 
198. 

among leaders, Judges, 122- 

124. 

Godly, II. Corinthians, 312- 

324- 
of Divine love, James, 232- 

237- 

of God, Exodus, 298. 

Ordeal of, Numbers, 57. 

Saul's, I. Samuel, 292-299. 

to what it leads, Genesis, 35. 

Water of, Numbers, 56. 

— — when superseded, I. Samuel, 

134- 
JEBB, Bishop John, Acts II., 99. 
JEBUSITES, Judges, 28. 
JECONIAHor Jehoiachin, King of 

Judah, Jeremiah II., 80-95. 
captured by Nebuchadnezzer, 

Deuteronomy. 349. 

Reign of, II. Kings, 431-436. 

JEHOAHAZ, King of Israel, II. 

Kings, 175-178. 
JEHOAHAZ, King of Judah, II. 

Kings, 411-430; Jeremiah I., 

27; II., 3-9; Ezekiel, 106. 
JEHOIAKIM, II Kings, 416-430; 

Jeremiah I., 2S: II., 65-79; 

Daniel, 123. 
JEHOIDA and Joash, II. Kings, 

149-158; Chronicle, 406. 



JEHORA M—JEREMIA H 



169 



JEHORAM, King of Israel, II. 

Kings, 29, 81. 

Death of, II. Kings, 118. 

JEHORAM, King of Judah, II. 

Kings, 99-102; Chronicles, 

393-398. 
JEHOSAPHAT, King of Judah, I. 

Kings, 327-336; Chronicles, 

366-392; Psalms II., 432. 
alliance with Ahab, II. Kings, 

3- 
visits Ahab, I. Kings, 485- 

487. 
JEHOSAPHAT, The recorder, II. 

Samuel, 128. 
JEHOSHEBA outwits Athaliah, 

II. Kings, 148. 
JEHOVAH, All time dedicated to, 

Numbers, 347. 
and the nations, Jeremiah II., 

211-219. 

Authority of, Numbers, 7. 

the champion of Israel, Joshua, 

376-387- 
■ Character of, Joshua, 393- 

395- 
communicates with Moses, 

Numbers, 144. 
Final victory of, Ezekiel, 367- 

380. 

Forbearance of, Numbers, 255 

Guardian, Numbers, 68. 

has regard for his name, Eze 

kiel, 357-360. 
His call to Israel, Numbers 

123. 
• His " Similitude," Numbers 

146. 
Ideal worshipper of, Psalms I. 

132. 
in pillar of cloud, Numbers, 91 



JEHOVAH, Israel's jealousy of, 
Twelve Prophets II., 536- 

S4i- 

King and judge, Numbers, 5. 

■ The name, Exodus, 56; Leviti- 
cus, 482; Chronicles, 37; 
Psalms I., 69. 

pardons but punishes, Num- 
bers, 170. 

protector of Israel, Numbers, 

117. 

revealed to Moses, Numbers, 

335- 

Worship of, Numbers, 295. 

JEHU, son of Hanani, I. Kings, 

331; II. Kings, 39. 
and Jehosaphat, Chronicles, 

37i- 
and Jonadab, Deuteronomy, 

322- II. Kings, 134. 

anointed, II. Kings, no. 

Dynasty of, II. Kings, 175- 

192. 
End of the reign of, II. Kings, 

I4S- 
established on the throne, II. 

Kings, 125-130. 
extirpates Baal-worship, II. 

Kings, 131-145- 

Revolt of, II. Kings, 106-124. 

JELLETT, J. H., James, 211. 
JEPHTHAH, Judges, 234. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 261. 

Lament of, Judges, 265. 

Vow of, Judges, 239-253; I. 

Kings, 116. 
JERAHMEEL, Descendants of, 

Chronicles, 50. 
JEREMIAH and Christ, Jeremiah 

H-, 367-372. 
and Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 13-25. 



170 



JEREMIAH— JEREMIAH VI. 



JEREMIAH and his prophesies, 
II. Kings, 449-456. 

and his work of reform, Deuter- 
onomy, 46. 

and the Servant oj the Lord, 

Isaiah II., 42, 275. 277. 

■ as a sin bearer, Isaiah II., 

352- 358- 

the author of Deuteronomy, 

Deuteronomy. 225. 

Call and consecration of, Jere- 
miah I., 58-73. 

characteristic expressions, 

Jeremiah II., 269. 

goes to Egypt, Jeremiah II., 

187-196. 

imprisoned, Jeremiah I., 48, 50. 

Imprisonment of, Jeremiah II., 

I5S-I7I- 

in hiding, II. Kings, 428. 

in the miry pit, Psalms II., 

297. 
Isaiah and, on the exile, Isaiah 

II., 27. 
Life and times of, Jeremiah I., 

1-57- 

persecuted, II. Kings, 474 ; Jere- 
miah I., 411 424. 

prediction of exile, Isaiah II., 

8, 27, 66, 79- 

predicts a new covenant, He- 
brews, 138. 

a priest, Jeremiah I., 1. 

rebukes Jehoiakim, II. Kings, 

419. 

remains in Jerusalem, II. Kings, 

462. 

Roll of, Jeremiah II., 28-43. 

suffering for God's word, Isaiah 

H-, 330. 
Tenderness of, Jeremiah I., 336. 



JEREMIAH tried for heresy, Jere- 
miah IE, 10-27. 
JEREMIAH, Greek Epistle, Jere- 
miah I., 220. 

JEREMIAH I., 5, Galatians, 75. 

6, I. Kings, 125; II. Corin- 
thians, 294. 

JEREMIAH II., 1-35, II. Kings, 
376. 

2, Ezekiel, 185; Mark, 62. 

—3, Ezekiel, 379. 

8, Twelve Prophets II., 69. 

10, Twelve Prophets I., 14. 

—11, Psalms III., 145. 

16, II. Kings, 474. 

21, Ezekiel, 128. 

23, II. Kings, 389. 

27, Chronicles, 95. 

30, James, 294. 

34, Proverbs, 26. 

36, Chronicles, 355 — 

JEREMIAH III., 1, James, 239. 

i-n, Song of Solomon, 45. 

5, Twelve Prophets I., 435. 

6-13, Ezekiel, 190. 

—12, Psalms III., 431. 

15, 16, II. Kings, 441. 

19, Psalms III., 146. 

JEREMIAH IV., 6, II. Kings, 
376. 

7-27, II. Kings, 377. 

10, 11, Kings, 409. 

13, Song of Solomon, 298. 

19, Revelation, 313. 

JEREMIAH V., 15-17, II. Kings, 

3,77- 

24, James, 293. 

30, 3i> II. Kings, 373. 

31, I. Kings, 418. 

JEREMIAH VI., 1, 22-24, II- 

Kings, 377. 



JEREMIAH VI- 


JEREMIAH XIX. 171 


JEREMIAH VI., 13-15, II. Kings, 


JEREMIAH XL, 3, 4, II. Kings, 


373; Song of Solomon, 278. 


393- 


——14, II. Kings, 450; Song of 


19-21, II. Kings, 463. 


Solomon, 279. 


JEREMIAH XII., 5, II. Kings, 


20, II. Kings, 396. 


420. 


JEREMIAH VII., 4, 8-15, II. 


6, II. Kings, 463. 


Kings, 397,441; Twelve Proph- 


13, Jeremiah, 211. 


ets II., 25. 


JEREMIAHXIII.,27,Ezekiel, 209. 


7, Twelve Prophets, 248. 


JEREMIAH XIV., 7, Song of Solo- 


10, Romans, 198. 


mon, 315. 


12, I. Samuel, 73; Chronicles, 


9, James, 129. 


297. 


14, Peter, 285. 


18, II. Kings, 361; Twelve 


18, Song of Solomon, 315. 


Prophets II., 38. 


21, Song of Solomon, 204. 


21, II. Kings, 396. 


JEREMIAH XV, 1-9, II. Kings, 


■ 22, I. Kings, 213; Twelve 


370. 


Prophets I., 104. 


4, Ezekiel, 23. 


23, Exodus, 310; II. Kings, 


■ 10-21, II. Kings, 466; Chroni- 


396- 


cles, 267. 


31, Leviticus, 387. 


15, Psalms II., 299. 


JEREMIAH VIII., 1, James, 239. 


16, Ezekiel, 48; James, 129. 


2, II. Kings, 361. 


JEREMIAH XVI., 5, Twelve Proph- 


• 8, II. Kings, 441; Twelve 


ets II., 155. 


Prophets II., 25. 


7, Ezekiel, 210. 


——10, Song of Solomon, 278. 


13, Psalms III., 421. 


11, II. Kings, 450; Song of 


18, Revelation, 307. 


Solomon, 279. 


JEREMIAH XVII., 1, II. Corin- 


18, Song of Solomon, 78. 


thians, no. 


JEREMIAH IX., 1, Song of Solo- 


1-4, II. Kings, 394. 


mon, 78. 


9, Leviticus, 344; II. Kings, 


2, Psalms II., 160; Twelve 


394; Song of Solomon, 332; 


Prophets II., 140. 


Romans, 87, 371. 


15, Revelation, 142. 


15, Peter, 331. 


24, Romans, 47. 


21, John I., 183. 


33j Twelve Prophets II., 


24, 25, Exodus, 309. 


in. 


JEREMIAH XVTIL, 23, Proverbs, 


JEREMIAH X., 13, Psalms III., 


315- 


364- 


JEREMIAH XIX., Matthew, 415. 


— — 19, Psalms II., 377. 


5, Leviticus, 387. 


23, Psalms I., 377. 


—9, II. Kings, 78. 


a?. Psalms II., 397. 


13, II. Kings, 361. 



172 



JEREMIAH XX.— JEREMIAH XXXI. 



JEREMIAH XX.. i. Ezekiel, 437. 

1-12. I. Kings, 413. 

2, II. Kings, 432. 

7. 8, II. Kings, 410. 

JEREMIAH XXL, 1, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 47. 

■ in. II. Kings, 44S. 

6, Deuteronomy, 430. 

JEREMIAH XXII., 10-12, II. 
Kings, 415; Ezekiel, 107. 

10, iS, II. Kings, 408. 

11, II. Kings, 411. 

1317, II- Kings, 419; Twelve 

Prophets II.. 2S, 146; James, 
281. 

15. 16. II. Kings, 39S; Twelve 

Prophets II., 26. 

17, Proverbs, 26; Peter, 306. 

23, II. Kings, 419. 

24-30, II. Kings, 433. 

JEREMIAH XXIII., 1-4, Ezekiel, 

3°9- 

5, Isaiah II., 346. 

6, II. Kings, 437; Chronicles, 

144; Romans, 263. 

11, 14, Song of Solomon, 278. 

iS, Romans, 317. 

23, II. Kings, 419. 

24, Ephesians, 93. 

29, II. Kings, 444. 

31-33. II- Kings, 441. 

JEREMIAH XXIV., 7, Psalms II., 

136. 
JEREMIAH XXV., 9, II. Kings, 

425, 435- 

10, Ecclesiastes, 269. 

11, 12, Ezra, 19. 

12, Daniel, 49; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 283. 

22, Ezekiel, 260. 

26, Daniel, 200. 



JEREMIAH XXV. 35. Psalms 
III.. 407. 

JEREMIAH XXVI. , 6, II. Kings, 
425; Chronicles, 297. 

7, Song of Solomon, 278. 

S-24. II. Kings, 300. 

9. I. Samuel, y^. 

20-23, II. Kings, 421. 

22. II. Kings, 432. 

24, II. Kings, 467; Song of 

Solomon, 83. 

JEREMIAH XXVII., 1-8, II. Kings, 
442. 

1-19, Daniel, 81. 

3, Ezekiel, 260. 

6, II. Kings, 435; Ezra, 20. 

7. Daniel, 151. 

JEREMIAH XXVIII., Deuter- 
onomy. 349. 

11, II. Kings, 443. 

JEREMIAH XXIX., 2, II. Kings, 

433- 

3. Song of Solomon, 83. 

4-7, Ecclesiastes, 37. 

9, I. Kings, 418. 

• 10, Ezra, 19. 

21-23, II. Kings, 444. 

22. Daniel, 44, 1S0. 

25, 29, Twelve Prophets II., 

47- 
26, II. Kings, 432; Daniel, 

30; Twelve Prophets I., 28. 
JEREMIAH XXX., 4-1 1, Daniel, 

3i9- 

9, Isaiah II., 404. 

— — 10, Isaiah II., 244. 

JEREMIAH XXXI., 1, 9, II. Cor- 
inthians, 247. 

1-34, II. Kings, 449. 

12, Isaiah II., 420. 

15-17, IE Kings, 466. 



JEREMIAH XXXI.— JEREMIAH XL IX. 



173 



II. 



II. 



JEREMIAH XXXI., 27, Daniel, 

157- 

31, 32, II. Kings, 397; He- 
brews, 138. 

33, 34, II. Kings, 441 ; Ezekiel, 

364; Acts I., 84. 

34, John Epistles, 167 

JEREMIAH XXXII, 7, Acts I., 
217. 

19, Daniel, 151; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 480. 

21, Deuteronomy, 301. 

39, Psalms II., 466. 

JEREMIAH XXXIII., 14-26, I. 
Kings, 213. 

15, Chronicles, 144. 

15-17, Ezekiel, 316. 

JEREMIAH XXXIV., 8-1 1, 
Kings, 438. 

JEREMIAH XXXV., 1-19, 
K'ngs, 133. 

6, 7, Deuteronomy, 323. 

19, Deuteronomy, 323. 

JEREMIAH XXXVI., 1, Daniel, 46. 

12, II. Kings, 469. 

26, II. Kings, 427. 

29, II. Kings, 425. 

JEREMIAH XXXVII., 3, II. Kings, 
447; Twelve Prophets II., 47. 

5-7, Ezekiel, 264. 

7, 8, Song of Solomon, 292. 

n-15, II. Kings, 451. 

21, II Kings, 452. 

30, Twelve Prophets II., 30. 

JEREMIAH XXXVIII., 5, II. 
Kings, 439, 451. 

6, Song of Solomon, 250. 

9, II. Kings, 452. 

10, II. Kings, 455. 

JEREMIAH XXXIX., 2, II. Kings, 
468. 



JEREMIAH XXXIX., 3, II. 

Kings, 331; Daniel, 51, 127. 

4, 5, Song of Solomon, 298. 

9, Ezekiel, 287. 

JEREMIAH XL., 5, Song of Solo- 
mon, 83. 

12, II. Kings, 467. 

JEREMIAH XLI., 1, II. Kings, 

468. 

8, II. Kings, 462. 

17, Luke, j6. 

27, I. Kings, 95. 

JEREMIAH XLII., 6, 7, I. Kings, 

20. 

7, Song of Solomon, 81. 

JEREMIAH XLIII., 4, 7, Song of 

Solomon, 156. 

13, II. Kings, 474. 

JEREMIAH XLIV., 17, II. Kings, 

292. 
JEREMIAH XLV., 1-5, II. Kings, 

426. 

5, Ezra, 193. 

JEREMIAH XLVI., 1-12, II. Kings, 

423- 
— —2, Daniel, 46. 

10, Peter, 327. 

27, Isaiah II., 244. 

JEREMIAH XLVIL, 6, II. Kings, 

435- 

JEREMIAH XLVIIL, 11, Twelve 
Prophets II., 285. 

13, II. Kings, 191. 

29, 42, Isaiah I., 274; Ezekiel, 

226. 

45, Numbers, 309. 

JEREMIAH XLIX., 1, Ezekiel, 225. 

7, Ezekiel, 227; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 182. 

9, 16, Twelve Prophets II., 

167. 



174 



JEREMIAH XLIX.— JERUSALEM. 



JEREMIAH XLIX., 19, II. Kings, 

255- 

28, Twelve Prophets II., 23. 

JEREMIAH L., 2, Ecclesiastes, 62. 

16, John Epistles, 183. 

20, Twelve Prophets I., 435. 

3>7> Twelve Prophets II., in. 

44, II. Kings, 255. 

JEREMIAH LI., 4, Isaiah II., 

363- 

16, Psalms III., 364. 

25, Revelation, 141. 

28-57, Daniel, 220. 

30, Twelve Prophets II., hi. 

33, Daniel, 153. 

39> 57> Twelve Prophets II., 

112. 

58, Twelve Prophets II., 146. 

59, II. Kings, 426. 

JEREMIAH LIE, 2, 3, Song of 

Solomon, 81. 

24, Twelve Prophets, II., 47. 

28-30, Daniel, 46. 

JERICHO, Character of, Joshua, 

133- 

Christ passes through, Mat- 
thew, 292-295. 

Elisha at, II. Kings, 26. 

Fate of, Joshua, 140-152. 

Plan for taking, Joshua, 136. 

The spies in, Joshua, 82-94. 

Treatment of, Joshua, 149. 

JEROBOAM, Son of Nebat, I. 
Kings, 254-259. 

chosen King of the ten tribes, 

I. Kings, 273. 

Reign of, I. Kings, 286-30S. 

JEROBOAM II., II. Kings, 1S7- 
192. 

JEROME, Acts I., x, xii, 6, no, 
194, 3865 II., 4, 6, 84, 141, 



251; Pastoral Epistles, 230, 
260; James, 7, 31, 366, 369; 
John Epistles, viii, 13, 51, 91. 

JERUSALEM, Judges, 15 ;II. Sam- 
uel, 68; Psalms III., 313; 
Isaiah I., 22, 25 sq., 169 sq., 
211 sq., 231, 243, 267, 279. 
368-374; II., 30, 43, 47, 72, 
382, 395. 

Appeal of, Song of Solomon, 

120-131, 144-155. 

becomes the Capital, II. Sam- 
uel, 70. 

belongs to all time, I. Kings, 

67. 

besieged by Sennacherib, II. 

Kings, 341. 

the bride of God, Isaiah II., 

397- 
Christ goes to, Matthew, 286- 

304- 

The church of, Hebrews, 5, 85. 

City of judgment, Isaiah II., 

466. 
Contrasts, Song of Solomon, 

265-279. 
David flees from, II. Samuel, 

229-252. 
Desolation of, Song of Solo- 
mon, 97, 107. 
destroyed, Ecclesiastes, 35; 

Song of Solomon, 87. 
Destruction of, Mark, 349; 

James, 128, 276, 407; Peter, 

124. 

Fall of, II. Kings, 457-464. 

Fate of, Jeremiah I., 316. 

First reception of Christ by, 

Matthew, 16-18. 

Heavenly, Hebrews, 153. 

Holy City, Ezra, 317-327. 



JER USA LEM—JES US CHRIS T. 



175 



JERUSALEM, an ideal history, 


JESUS CHRIST alone sufficient, 


Ezekiel, 126-142. 


Exodus, 294. 


its destruction prophesied, 


and Adam, Romans, 143- 


Ezekiel, 57-214. 


155- 


Jesus discussed in, John I., 


and the angels, Hebrews, 21- 


239-255- 


46. 


Jesus rejected in, John I., 285- 


and the barren fig tree, Mark, 


299. 


303-307- 


Judah versus, Twelve Proph- 


and Beelzebub, Mark, 91-104. 


ets II., 478-481. 


and the children, Matthew, 252- 


Nehemiah rebuilds, Ezra, 210- 


258; 270-273. 


246. 


and the cities ofrefuge, Joshua, 


The New, Revelation, 360-374. 


334336. 


Paul at, Galatians, 83-90. 


and the common people, Twelve 


Paul's collections for the saints, 


Prophets I., 415. 


I. Corinthians, 387-399. 


and the disciples, Mark, 247- 


The results of the deliverance 


254; Luke, 190-192, 280-293. 


of, Twelve Prophets II., 481- 


and the forty days, Acts I., 


485. 


23-42. 


-The return of David, II. Sam- 


and the Gentiles, Mark, 195- 


uel, 289-300. 


200. 


— -Royal entry into, Matthew, 


and God's purpose concerning 


295-306; Mark, 399-303. 


the world. Genesis, 14. 


Taken by David, II. Samuel, 


and His blood a plea for mercy, 


69. 


Genesis, 40. 


-Vain hopes of, Song of Solo- 


and His bride, Ephesians, 366- 


mon, 288-299. 


379- 


Water supply of, I. Kings, 225. 


and Isaiah liii, Isaiah II., 366. 


J ESHUA, The high-priest, Ezra, 4 1 , 


and Joseph, Genesis, 336, 353. 


43- 


and Joshua, Joshua, 20, 248, 


JESTING, Foolish, Ephesians, 


325- 


302, 303. 


and prayer, Luke, 177-194. 


JESUITS, Acts I., 152. 


and purity, Mark, 190-194. 


JESUS CHRIST, Isaiah I., 80, 


and rewards, Matthew, 279- 


142 sq., 254 sq., 328, 426. 


285. 


Acceptance of, Genesis, 62 ; 


and the rich young man, Mat- 


John I., 292-296. 


thew, 273-279; Mark, 274- 


Adoration of the shepherds, 


281. 


Luke, 67-79. 


and the Sabbath, Mark, 66-70. 


All problems solved in, Judges, 


and the Sadducees, Mark, 330- 


418. 


336- 



176 



JESUS CHRIST— JESUS CHRIST. 



JESUS CHRIST and the say- 
ings of James, James, 308- 

and the shadow of the cross, 

Matthew, 142-172. 

and the Syro-phoenician 

woman, Matthew, 206-210. 

and tradition, Mark, 184-189. 

and the tribute money, Mark, 

325-330. 

and the woman of Samaria, 

John I., 129-143. 
and the woman taken in adul- 
tery, John I., 257-270. 

announces his departure, John 

II., 107-119. 

anointed by Mary, Matthew, 

382-284; Mark, 359-363- 

Anointed One, Leviticus, 203. 

anointing of the feet, Luke, 

209-224; John II., 1-16. 

appears at the sea of Galilee, 

John II., 381-396. 

arrest of, Matthew, 403-407; 

Mark, 401-406; Luke, 381; 
John II., 261-271. 

as a bringer of good news, 

Isaiah II., 439. 

as creator, Hebrews, 9. 

as first begotten, Hebrews, 26. 

as an ideal only, John Epis- 
tles, 48. 

as leader, Hebrews, 38. 

as theocratic King, Hebrews, 

26, 179. 

Ascension, Matthew, 446-450; 

Mark, 442-445. 

ascension of, Acts I., 43-60. 

attractive force of the cross, 

John II., 45-61. 
authority of, Chronicles, 302. 



JESUS CHRIST baptized, Mat- 
thew, 31-38; Mark, 6-13; 
Luke, 96-104. 

before Pilate, Matthew, 416- 

420; Mark, 418-424; Luke, 
391-393; John II., 295-317. 

beginning of the Gospel, Mark, 

!-5- 

begins His Galilean ministry, 

Matthew, 48-56; Luke, 128- 
147. 

bequest of peace, John II., 

I57-I7I- 

born in Bethlehem, Luke, 62. 

brand of, Galatians, 448-459. 

bread of life, Exodus, 247; 

John I., 207-222. 

brother, Exodus, 19. 

callsthe first disciple, Matthew, 

52-56; Mark, 17-20; Luke, 162- 
176; John I., 53-60. 

Captives of, II. Corinthians, 

84-98. 

Character of, Ephesians, 288. 

cleanses the temple, John I., 

85-98- 

Coming of, Matthew, 1-12; He- 
brews, 195. 

comprehension, Ephesians, 

183-196. 

Confession of, Mark, 216-221. 

conflictinthe temple, Matthew, 

304-338; Mark, 307-310. 

crisis in Galilee, Matthew, 186- 

218; John I., 223-238. 

Crucifixion of, Psalms I., 210- 

225; Matthew, 376-428 ;Mark, 
424-431; Luke, 376, 396-399; 
John, 3I9-347- 

Cup and baptism, Mark, 2&y- 

292, 



JESUS CHRIST— JESUS CHRIST. 



177 



JESUS CHRIST, David's Lord, 
Mark, 341-343. 

- — Day of, Thessalonians, 185- 
200. 

Dead in, Thessalonians, 169- 

184. 

Death of, Mark, 431-436; I. 

Corinthians, 42-45; Galatians, 
1 53" I 6o; Hebrews, 37, 93. 

declares Himself, John I., 145- 

l S 8. 

Denial of, I. Samuel, 119. 

■ Did Balaam prophesy of? Num- 
bers, 310. 

- — Discerning scribe and, Mark, 
337-340. 

■ disciples sent forth, Matthew, 

132-141. 

discussed in Jerusalem, John I., 

239-255- 

Divinity of, Pastoral Epistles, 

268, 269, 283, 429. 

doctrine of offences, Mark, 254- 

262. 

Effects of the peace, word, and 

name of, Colossians, 320-334. 

effulgence of God's glory, He- 
brews, 12. 

emancipator, Exodus, 53, 282. 

• emptied Himself, Philippians, 

217-220. 

entry into Jerusalem, John II., 

17-28. 

Epiphanies of, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 260, 269. 

Example of, Romans, 393- 

399- 
exerted personal influence, 

John Epistles, 1 18-132. 
Experience of all culminates in, 

Exodus, 81. 



JESUS CHRIST, Faith in, fun- 
damental, Matthew, 221-227. 

The Father seen in, John II., 

135-156. 

The Father's gifts through, Co- 
lossians, 54-69. 

Following, John I., 236-238. 

foot washing, John II., 73-88. 

forty days, Matthew, 438-446. 

foundation of the church, II. 

Corinthians, 35-46. 

founding of the church, Mat- 
thew, 219-250. 

Friends of, Mark, 99-104. 

Friendship of, I. Samuel, 328; 

II. Samuel, 65, 349. 

Fulness of God in, Colossians, 

194, 198. 

Glory of, Colossians, 70-84. 

God's will first with Him,Isaiah 

II., 298. 

goes to Jerusalem, Matthew, 

286-304; Mark, 299-303. 

good shepherd, John I., 319- 

334- 
great high priest, Hebrews, 68- 

79- 

great interpreter, Genesis, 353. 

great shepherd, Hebrews, 328. 

healer, Numbers, 249. 

heir of Abraham, Genesis, 163. 

His example of service, Isaiah 

II., 284, 285, 305. 

His reception, Matthew, 13-23. 

His testimony as to his unique- 
ness, Isaiah II., 283, 369. 

His trust in God, Hebrews, 40. 

historical, Numbers, 88. 

in Egypt, Matthew, 21. 

in Gethsemane, Matthew, 398- 

403; Mark, 389-401. 



178 



JESUS CHRIST— JESUS CHRIST. 



JESUS CHRIST in solitude, Mark, 

38-41. 

incapable of sin, Hebrews, 72. 

Incarnation of, John I., 3-17. 

intercessory prayer, John II., 

243-260. 
James' idea of, James, 111- 

119. 
Jeremiah and, Jeremiah II., 

Z67-372. 

a Jew, Isaiah II., 249. 

Knowledge of, Philippians, 

199-216. 

Lamb of God, Exodus, 267. 

Last days in Perea, Matthew, 

267-285. 
Last words at Capernaum, 

Matthew, 249-266. 
Last words of, John II., 227- 

242. 
life giver and judge, John I., 

189-205. 

light. Numbers, 83. 

light of the world, John I., 

271-283. 
Lord's supper instituted, Mat- 
thew, 392-395 5 Mark, 374- 

383- 

Martyrs for the word of God, 

Isaiah II., 285, 331. 

Measure of the gift of, Ephe- 

sians, 227-243. 

Measure of the love of, II. Cor- 
inthians, 186-197. 

Mediation of, Job, 121. 

meets our needs, Ecclesiastes, 

332-335- 

■ Mind of, Philippians, 95-130. 

■ Miracles of, Matthew, 105- 

131; Mark, 24-38, 129-161; 

Luke, 255-280. 



JESUS CHRIST, Miracles of, not 
creative, Exodus, 125. 

more worthy than Moses, He- 
brews, 55. 

name, Matthew, 10, 12. 

New covenant ratified in the 

death of, Hebrews, 158-178. 

Not servants but friends of, 

John II., 191-201. 

on mount Zion, Revelation, 

238-245. 

our King, Proverbs, 331. 

our passover, I. Corinthians, 

120-127. 

our thank offering, Leviticus, 

148. 

our wisdom, Proverbs, 22, 

128. 

Parables of, Matthew, 173- 

185; Mark, 105-129. 

Piety of, Hebrews, 77. 

Preaching of, Job, 276. 

Pre-existence of, John II., 234, 

235- 

Preparation for, Job, 265, 404. 

Priesthood of, Mark, 445, 446. 

Prophecy on the Mount of 

Olives, Matthew, 339375; 

Mark, 346-358. 
prophesied by Jacob, Genesis, 

434- 
purpose of reconciliation, 

Colossians, 100-115. 

Reception of, John I., 21-31. 

Reconciliation of, Colossians, 

85-99- 

Redeemer, Job, 242, 404. 

Rejected in his own country, 

Mark, 162-166. 
Rejected in Jerusalem, John I., 

285-299. 



JESUS CHRIST— JETHRO 



179 



JESUS CHRIST requires submis- 
sion, Genesis, 380. 

Results of the high priesthood 

of, Hebrews, 182-195. 

Results of the death of, John 

H., 55-6J. 

Results of his manifestation, 

John II., 63-71. 

Resurrection, Matthew, 429- 

438; Mark, 437-441; Luke, 
400-415; John II., 349-362. 

Resurrection of, I. Corinthi- 
ans, 325-354- 

The resurrection and the life, 

John I., 351-367. 

Reticence of the records, Mat- 
thew, 13-15. 

Return of, Hebrews, 188. 

revealed as a son, Hebrews, 3- 

17- 

revealer of God, Numbers, 92. 

Rock, I. Corinthians, 233- 

235- 
Sacrifice of, Genesis, 36, 66; 

Judges, 251; Job, 62. 
the scape-goat, John I., 369- 

386. 
The Sermon on the Mount, 

Matthew, 57-104. 
Servant of the Lord by Paul 

after, Isaiah II., 287. 
Servant of the Lord in Acts, 

Isaiah II., 286. 

Sin-bearing of, Numbers, 126. 

slain for us, Leviticus, 44 sq. 

Sole headship of, Numbers, 210. 

the Son of God, John I., 335- 

349- 

Sonship of, John I., 197. 

Spirit of, and the flesh, Gala- 

tians, 347-360. 



JESUS CHRIST, The Spirit wit- 
nesses to, John II., 203-225. 

Spotless victim, Hebrews, 56. 

suffered outside the gate, Levit- 
icus, 148. 

Teaching with authority, 

Mark, 20-23. 

Temptation of, Deuteronomy, 

205, 206; Matthew, 39-47; 
Mark, 13-16; Luke, 105- 
127. 

Testimony of John the Bap- 
tist, John I., 33-52. 

Testimony to the Pentateuch, 

Leviticus, 9 sq. 

Transfiguration of, Matthew, 

232-242; Mark, 228-235; 
Luke, 190-192, 280-293. 

Trial before the Council, Mat- 

thew,407-4io, 4i2;Mark, 407- 
413; Luke, 383, 387-390. 

The true leader, Numbers, 109. 

true man, Hebrews, 167. 

typified by David, I. Samuel, 

261, 427; II. Samuel, 65, 349. 

typified in Jacob's dream, Gen- 
esis, 287. 

Unchangeable, Hebrews, 164. 

unites all revelations of God, 

Hebrews, 8. 

use of Jonah, Twelve Prophets 

II., 507-509- 

Victory of, Ezra, 404. 

Way, the truth, and the life, 

John II., 121-133. 

What God wrought in, Ephe- 

sians, 81-94. 

JESUS WHICH IS CALLED JUS- 
TUS, Colossians, 389. 

JETHRO, Exodus, 259-263; Num- 
bers, 104. 



180 



JEWS— JOB 



JEWS, and faith of Gentiles, Ro- 


JOAB, kills Amasa, II. Samuel, 


mans, 264-267. 


320. 


at Athens, Acts II., 308. 


— —slain, I. Kings, 111-113. 


At Ephesus, Acts II., 427. 


superseded by Amasa, II. Sam- 


Claims of the, Romans, 78-83. 


uel, 292. 


hospitality to early church, 


JOASH, King of Israel, II. Kings. 


Acts II., 212. 


17S-1S6. 


not subject to disease, Leviti- 


JOASH, Kingofjudah. Chronicles, 


cus, 294. 


403-412. 


Paul and the conscience of the, 


comes to the throne, II. Kings, 


Romans, 36 66. 


149. 


— — Paul's impeachment of the, 


End of the reign of, II. Kings, 


Thessalonians, 83-98. 


166. 


Responsibility and guilt of the, 


JOB, Pastoral Epistles, 76, 77, 


Romans, 67-77. 


192. 


Unbelief of the, Romans, 244- 


Elihu and, Job, 341-377. 


249. 


Endurance of, James, 294-301. 


JEZEBEL and Ahab, I. Kings, 


a historical personage? Job, 22. 


347-356- 


Home of, Job, 20. 


and Naboth, I. Kings, 478. 


made priest. Job, 410. 


Death of, II. Kings, 124. 


Religion of, Job, 24-2S. 


Elijah flees from, I. Kings, 


replies to Eliphaz, Job, 116- 


404-414. 


134, 201-214, 281-297. 


Jehu and, II. Kings, 120. 


replies to Bildad, Job, 141- 


Jehu and the name of, II. 


i53> 222 242, 302-312. 


Kings, 118. 


replies to Zophar, Job, 162- 


Persecutions of, I. Kings, 356. 


184, 253-265. 


JOAB, adheres to David, II. Sam- 


speaks, Job, 85-98, 320-337. 


uel, 224. 


— — The time of, Job, 31. 


and the return of Absalom, II. 


The trial of, II. Samuel, 4. 


Samuel, 210, 212. 


Trials of, Job, 50-66. 


assassinates Abner, II. Sam- 


Wife of. Job, 75-77. 


uel, 52. 


JOB, The Book, The author and 


at the head of David's army, 


his work, Job, 3-18. 


II. Samuel, 127. 


— — Autobiographical, Job, 7, 411. 


Character of, II. Samuel, 2S; 


-Characters of the book, James, 


I. Kings, 96-99. 


297. 


defeats Sheba, II. Samuel, 322. 


Coincidences with, James, 267, 


• defeats the Syrians, II. Sam- 


281, 291. 


uel, 154. 


Inspiration of. Job, 122. 


kills Absalom, II. Samuel, 272. 


Logic of, Job, 295. 



JOB— JOB 


XXXVII. 181 


JOB, Main controversy of, Job, 


JOB XII., 11, Jeremiah I., 196. 


IOI- 


21, 24, Psalms III., 167, 168. 


not pure history, James, 


22, Daniel, 151. 


399- 


JOB XIII., 15, Peter, 195. 


a poem of the soul, Job, 3. 


JOB XIV., 1, Galatians, 25<D;John 


Poetical art of, Job, 5. 


Epistles, 153. 


place in the canon, Job, 27. 


3, Twelve Prophets II., 480 


Precursors of, Job, 3. 


10, Jeremiah I., 230. 


prepares for Christ, Job, 265, 


15, Twelve Prophets II., 59. 


404. 


JOB XV., 15, Daniel, 191. 


a protest, Chronicles, 363. 


JOB XVII., 3, II. Kings, 135. 


Providence and, Deuteronomy, 


5, Jeremiah I., 423. 


204. 


JOB XIX., 13, Twelve Prophets I., 


JOB I., 6, Daniel, 179. 


321. 


6-12, Song of Solomon, 220. 


JOB XX., 15, II. Kings, 224. 


7, Peter, 224. 


29, Twelve Prophets II., 56. 


9-1 1, Leviticus, 270. 


JOB XXL, 14, I. Samuel, 79. 


. 21, II. Kings, 317- 


33, Jeremiah I., 94. 


JOB II., 1-7, Song of Solomon, 


JOB, XXIV., 5, Jeremiah I., 97; 


220. 


Twelve Prophets II., 368. 


4, 5, Leviticus, 270. 


11, Twelve Prophets II., 247. 


13, Jeremiah I., 293. 


■ 13, Isaiah II., 420. 


JOB III., 19, Psalms II., 481. 


22, Psalms I., 270. 


JOB IV., 16, Psalms II., 418. 


JOB XXVL, 12, II. Kings, 301. 


JOB V., 13, James, 295. 


JOB XXVII., 12, Jeremiah I., 80. 


23, Psalms II., 316. 


15, 16, Ecclesiastes, 140; 


JOB VII., 1, 2, James, 281. 


Twelve Prophets II., 56. 


6, Daniel, 258; James, 291. 


JOB XXVIII. , 3, Psalms I., 229. 


10, Psalms III., 107. 


12, James, 192. 


17, 18, Psalms I., 7Z- 


23, 28, I. Kings, 132. 


JOB VIII., 9, Chronicles, 317. 


JOB XXIX., 12, Psalms, 316. 


JOB IX., 9, Twelve Prophets, 167. 


14, Twelve Prophets II., 294. 


12, Daniel, 202. 


JOB XXX.. 9, Psalms II., 299. 


26, Revelation, 72, 144. 


JOB XXXI., 30, Jeremiah I., 265. 


27, Jeremiah I., 184. 


37> Jeremiah I., 423. 


JOB X., 3, Psalms III., 294. 


JOB XXXIII., 20-22, Psalms III , 


8, Twelve Prophets I., 341. 


165. 


n, Psalms III., 387. 


JOB XXXV., 15, Twelve Prophets 


20, Jeremiah I., 184. 


I., 322. 


21, Jeremiah I., 82. 


JOB XXXVIL, 2, Twelve Prophets 


JOB XL, 20, Psalms III., 407. 


II., 150. 



182 



JOB XXXVIII.—JOHN, TEACHING 



JOB XXXVIII., i, II. Kings, 22. 

4, Jeremiah I., 239. 

7, Daniel, 202. 

16, 17, Daniel, 238. 

22, 23, Exodus, 153. 

JOB XXXIX., 25, Jeremiah I., 

175- 
JOB XL.. 4, Romans, 89. 
JOB XLI., 5, 6, Romans, 26S. 

10-13, Psalms I., 172. 

JOB XLII., 16. Romans, 107. 
- — 5, 6, James, 248. 

10, Psalms I., 131. 

12, Twelve Prophets I., 402. 

JOEL, Dr., on Daniel, Daniel, 3J, 

38, 100. 
JOEL, The Book, Twelve Prophets 

II., 373-436- 
Text of, Twelve Prophets II., 

397- 

JOEL II., in, Exodus, 159. 

2, Daniel, 320. 

2, 10, 30, 31, Jeremiah I., 227. 

3, Revelation, 146. 

4-10, Revelation, 146. 

7, Proverbs, 389. 

9, Jeremiah I., 203. 

11, 32, Peter, 327. 

13, Ezekiel, 363. 

23, James, 293. 

28, Ezra, 75; Peter, 33. 

30, 31, Revelation, 105. 

JOEL III., 4, Jeremiah II., 249. 

7, Ezekiel, 152. 

12, 13, Revelation, 255. 

15, Jeremiah I., 227; Revela- 
tion, 105. 

• 18, Jeremiah I., 85. 

JOHANAN, Son of Kareah, II. 
Kings, 469, 470. 

Jeremiah II., 187-196. 



JOHANNES SCOTUS, Acts II., 

318. 
JOHN THE BAPTIST, and the 

book of Isaiah, Isaiah II., 

282. 
and Herod, Mark, 172; Luke, 

103. 
baptizes Christ, Matthew, 31- 

38; Mark, 6-13. 

Death of, Matthew, 186-191. 

Disciples of, Acts II., 342-344. 

the herald of Christ, Matthew, 

24-30; Luke, 80-104. 

imprisoned, Matthew, 49. 

in doubt, Matthew, 143-148. 

Seeming failure of, Matthew, 

52- 

Success of, analyzed, Luke, 92. 

Testimony of, John I., 33-52. 

JOHN, The evangelist, Mark, 84. 

and Paul, Galatians, 126. 

JOHN, TEACHING, Birth and vic- 
tory, John Epistles, 223-235. 

Boldness in the day of judg- 
ment, John Epistles, 210-219. 

extent of the Atonement, John 

Epistles, 102-105. 

The Gospel as a Gospel of wit- 
ness, John Epistles, 236-240. 

Influence of Christ, John Epis- 
tles, 118 132. 

Knowing all things, John Epis- 
tles, 166-178. 

Lofty ideals perilous unless ap- 
plied, John Epistles, 188-203. 

Missions and the Atonement, 

John Epistles, 106-116. 

Quietness of true religion, John 

Epistles, 300309. 

sin unto death, John Epistles, 

254-259. 



JOHN, TEACHING— JOHN III. 



183 



JOHN, TEACHING, Theology and 


JOHN I., 19-27, Matthew, 


308; 


life in the second Epistle, John 


John Epistles, 28. 




Epistles, 282-296. 


2T„ Isaiah II., 6. 




The truism with no exception, 


26, John Epistles, 227. 




John Epistles, 260-273. 


29, Leviticus, 34. 




Vanity of the world, John Epis- 


31, Revelation, 234. 




tles, 149-163. 


36, Revelation, 79. 




witness of men and the resur- 


— -44, Luke, 157. 




rection, John Epistles, 241- 


45, Revelation, 78. 




253- 


51, Revelation, 385. 




The world which we must not 


JOHN II., mi, Revelation, 


322. 


love, John Epistles, 136-148. 


2, John Epistles, 17. 




JOHN, The Gospel, Analysis and 


4, Revelation, 135. 




theory of, John Epistles, 80-87. 


6, 9, John Epistles, 227 




Coincidences with, James, 313. 


9, John Epistles, 28. 




Conclusion of, John II., 418- 


11, Peter, 239. 




427. 


12, James, 28, 32. 




Historical not Idealogical, 


17, James, 198. 




John Epistles, 88-99. 


19-21, Leviticus, 187; 


Mark, 


Purpose of, John I., ix-xiii. 


220; Pastoral Epistles, 


358. 


JOHN I., 1, Mark, 354; Hebrews, 


21, Galatians, 252; John 


Epis- 


16. 


ties, 82. 




3, John Epistles, 138. 


22, Revelation, 164. 




3, 18, Proverbs, 119. 


JOHN III., 2, John Epistles 


, 30- 


4, John Epistles, 189; Revela- 


5, Pastoral Epistles, 286; 


John 


tion, 201. 


Epistles, 28, 184, 226, 


227, 


4, 9, 15, 16, Galatians, 157. 


239- 




5, Revelation, 199, 349. 


8, Chronicles, 69. 




7, Revelation, 12. 


13, Mark, 11; Acts II., 


419. 


9, Matthew, 71 ; Revelation, 1 2. 


16, Acts I., 257; Ephesians, 


10, Ephesians, 125. 


in; James, 228; John 


Epis- 


12, 13, Twelve Prophets, 292. 


ties, 137. 




13, James, 147; Revelation, 


18, 19, II. Corinthians, 


151- 


200. 


• 19, Revelation, 381. 




14, Exodus, 37s; James, 115; 


■ 20, Leviticus, 114. 




Peter, 239; John Epistles, ^3, 


21, John Epistles, 55. 




89; Revelation, 128, 164, 224. 


2t„ Joshua, 297. 




16, Ephesians, 93; Revelation, 


24, 25, John Epistles, 9 


2. 


164. 


26, Mark, 17. 




17, Hebrews, 235. 


27, Pastoral Epistles, 2 


74- 


- — 18, John Epistles, 282. 


28, 29, Revelation, 322. 





184 



JOHN III.— JOHN VI. 



JOHN III., 9, Song of Solomon, 
45; Matthew, 123; Revela- 
tion, 113. 

33, Ephesians, 53. 

34, Leviticus, 203. 

36, John Epistles, 206. 

JOHN IV., 6-16, John Epistles, 
227. 

10, Jeremiah I., 86. 

12, II. Kings, 258. 

13, 14, Revelation, 128. 

14, Revelation, 388. 

20, II. Kings, 259. 

21, 23, Ezra, 54; Jeremiah II., 

372; Galatians, 435, 438. 

22, Romans, 249. 

24, Romans, 301, 305; Revela- 
tion, 355. 

26, Pastoral Epistles, 358. 

27, II. Kings, 45. 

32, Revelation, 234. 

34, John Epistles, 127. 

39, John Epistles, 206. 

46, Luke, 200; John Epistles, 

28. 

52, Matthew, 294. 

JOHN V., 1, Ezra, 403; John 
Epistles, 29. 

3, John Epistles, 227. 

4, Acts I., 405. 406. 

11, John Epistles, 137. 

17, Exodus, 311. 

18, Galatians, 250. 

19, Revelation, 2, 10, 

253- 

20, Mark, 354; John Epistles, 

62. 

21, 29, John Epistles, 213, 

214. 

24,11. Corinthians, 178; Ephe- 
sians, 106. 



JOHN V., 25, Ezektel, 351; Reve- 
lation, 341; Ephesians, 335. 

26, Hebrews, 14. 

27, Revelation, 15, 136. 

27, 29, Mark, 51; Romans, 

65- 

28, Revelation, 341. 

30, Revelation, 254. 

3i> 39> John Epistles, 30. 

—38, John Epistles, 206. 

39, Proverbs, 304; Pastoral 

Epistles, 392. 

39-46, Romans, 14. 

40, Romans. 281. 

43, John Epistles, 168. 

46, 47, Leviticus, 9, 43; Ro- 
mans, 270; Hebrews, 236. 

JOHN VI., 4, Matthew, 192. 

15, Matthew, 296. 

21, Revelation, 203. 

27, Ephesians, 53; Revelation, 

"5- 
28, 29, 30, John Epistles, 

62. 
31, Luke, 151; John Epistles, 

*37- 

32, Exodus, 244. 

33, 55. 57, Leviticus, 96; Mark, 

380. 

35> John Epistles, 206. 

36, 40, John Epistles, 82. 

38, Leviticus, 184. 

39, 40, 44, Galatians, 311; 

Revelation, 346. 

45, Hebrews, 139. 

51,52, Leviticus, 96; Hebrews, 

322; John Epistles, 139. 

54, Mark, 220, 326. 

62, Peter, 21. 

67, 70, Mark, 89. 

■ 69, Mark, 32. 



JOHN VI.— JOHN XI 



mo 



JOHN VI., 70, Matthew, 134; John 
Epistles, 183. 

JOHN VII., 1, Peter, 182; John 
Epistles, 125. 

3, 4, James, 34. 

4, Revelation, 173. 

S, Jeremiah I., 269; James, 

29> 34- 

7, James, 230. 

10, James, 33, 34. 

17, Thessalonians, 43; Peter, 

247. 

27, 28, James, 374. 

32, Leviticus, 10. 

37, Numbers, 358; John Epis- 
tles, 29, 82, 227. 

37> 38, Revelation, 128. 

47, James, 96; John Epistles, 

293- 

48, Peter, 96. 

50, 51, Matthew, 408, 431. 

70, John Epistles, 183. 

JOHN VIII., 1, Proverbs, 133. 

12, Matthew, 67; Revelation, 

126, 181. 

12-35, John Epistles, 125. 

14, James, 334. 

18, John Epistles, 30. 

23, James, 229. 

28, Thessalonians, 45. 

31-44, Galatians, 233. 

33, Jeremiah I., 124; Galatians, 

181, 295. 

35, Galatians, 297. 

38, Peter, 71. 

41-44, Ephesians, 104. 

44, Jeremiah I., 363 ; Pastoral 

Epistles, 78; Peter, 289; John 
Epistles, 189; Ephesians, 400; 
John Epistles, 183; Revela- 
tion, 201. 



JOHN VIII., 56, Romans, 107; 
Pastoral Epistles, 327; He- 
brews, 229; Revelation, 102. 

58, Proverbs, 119. 

59, Peter, 182. 

JOHN IX., 5, Matthew, 67. 

7, John Epistles, 29, 227. 

24, Jeremiah I., 287. 

25, Peter, 102. 

34, Revelation, 174. 

35, Romans, 17; Revelation, 

175, 305- 

41, Galatians, 258; James, 271. 

JOHN X., 1, Jeremiah I., 203. 

1 -1 8, Leviticus, 55; Revela- 
tion, 167. 

4, Peter, 208. 

7, Revelation, 305. 

10, Romans, 179; Revelation, 

94. 

11, James, 130. 

16, Ephesians, 135; Revela- 
tion, 298. 

17, 18, Pastoral Epistles, 356. 

18, Leviticus, 213; Hebrews, 

77- 

20, John Epistles, 183. 

22, Daniel, 246; Acts I., 173. 

28, Philippians, 25; James, 

465- 

34-38, Psalms II., 427. 

37> J°hn Epistles, 206. 

38, James, 334. 

JOHN XL, 1, Luke, 308. 

5, Luke, 308. 

13, John Epistles, 82. 

- — 16, John Epistles, 94, 309. 

25, James, 334; John Epis- 
tles, 206; Revelation, 342. 

33, Pastoral Epistles, 136. 

34, Mark, 394. 



186 



JOHN XI.— JOHN XV 



JOHN XI., 52, Ephesians, 135. 


JOHN XIV., 1, John Epistles, 


JOHN XII., 1, Matthew, t>77- 


139- 


■ 2, Luke, 308. 


3, Hebrews, 296; Revelation, 


6, Luke, 379. 


253- 


16, Galatians, 12. 


6, 9, Hebrews, 14; Revelation, 


24, Leviticus, 459. 


193- 


20-34, John Epistles, 6. 


12, Acts I., 128. 


26, Galatians, 256. 


14, John, 30. 


27, Mark, 395; Pastoral Epis- 


16, Galatians, 253; John Epis- 


tles, 136; Revelation, 135. 


tles, 115. 


28, John Epistles, 30. 


■ 17, Galatians, 254. 


31, Matthew, 420; Galatians, 


18, Revelation, 390. 


434; James, 229; Revelation, 


19-21, John Epistles, 244, 252; 


208; Ephesians, 400; Peter, 


Revelation, 342. 


224. 


20, Revelation, 370. 


32, Matthew, 432; Peter, 102. 


2^, Romans, 371; Ephesians, 


34, Daniel, 248. 


89; Philippians, 205; John 


35> John Epistles, 131. 


Epistles, 177. 


36 38, Revelation, 239. 


26, Peter, 260; John Epistles, 


37-40, Exodus, 170. 


172. 


38, Isaiah I., 6. 


27, Leviticus, 235; Song of 


41, Romans, 15. 


Solomon, 261 ; Galatians, 383 ; 


48, Peter, 59. 


Revelation, 6, 131. 


49, 50, Leviticus, 56; Philip- 


30, Ephesians, 102, 400; 


pians, 121. 


James, 230; Peter, 299; Rev- 


JOHN XIII., 1-6, John Epistles, 


elation, 225. 


126, 227. 


JOHN XV., 2, Revelation, 39. 


1, 14, John Epistles, 29, 80. 


3, Peter, 367. 


2, John Epistles, 183; Revela- 


5, 6, Galatians, 30S; Revela- 


tion, 119. 


tion, 214. 


4, Peter, 215. 


8 1 1, Galatians, 381. 


7, Peter, 258. 


12-17, John Epistles, 1S8. 


8, Peter, 49. 


14, Proverbs, 236; John Epis- 


21, Pastoral Epistles, 137. 


tles, 309. 


23, Pastoral Epistles, 58. 


15, Galatians, 249; James, 


25, 26, Matthew, 390. 


161. 


27, John Epistles, 183. 


16, Romans, 325; Pastoral 


29, Matthew, 391. 


Epistles, 60, 219. 


30, Matthew, 391; John Epis- 


18, 19, James, 230; John Epis- 


tles, 4, 34, 97. 


tles, 138. 


35, Galatians, 354. 


19, Revelation, 214. 



JOHN XV. —JOHN XX. 



18"! 



JOHN XV., 20, Pastoral Epistles, 
423; Revelation, 11, 46. 

22, James, 272. 

— -25, Psalms II., 298. 

26, John Epistles, 30, 115. 

26, 27, Ephesians, 153; John 

Epistles, 28; Revelation, 387. 

27, John Epistles, 29. 

JOHN XVI., 2, James, 181; Rev- 
elation, 11. 

7, Galatians, 253; John Epis- 
tles, 115. 

8, Peter, 143. 

11, Galatians, 434; Ephesians, 

400; Revelation, 208. 

13, Romans, 310; Revelation, 

165. 

14, 15, Peter, 11, 12. 

16, Luke, 141. 

23, James, 330. 

30, II. Corinthians, 175. 

32, I. Kings, 419; Pastoral 

Epistles, 423. 

33, John Epistles, 233; Revela- 
tion, 177, 225. 

JOHN XVII., 3, Romans, 45; Rev- 
elation, 377. 

4, Peter, 174; Revelation, 182, 

318. 

5, Hebrews, 37; Peter, 71. 

6, 10, Romans, 409. 

10, Galatians, 11. 

n, Revelation, 12. 

12, Revelation, 123. 

13, Revelation, 131. 

14, Ephesians, 428. 

15, 16, Revelation, 225. 

18, Thessalonians, 45. 

19, Leviticus, 57; Ephesians, 

369; Peter, 151. 

20 23, Galatians, 239. 



JOHN XVII., 21, Ephesians, 150; 
John Epistles, 188. 

22, Ephesians, 208; Revela- 
tion, 348, 370. 

—24, Leviticus, 235; Galatians, 
256; John Epistles, 137. 

JOHN XVIII., 13, Luke, 383. 

15, Matthew, 407. 

23, Leviticus, 484. 

28, Revelation, 328. 

29-38, Matthew, 416. 

30, Peter, 190. 

3 t, Acts II., 32. 

33, Revelation, 33. 

38, Matthew, 421. 

JOHN XIX., s, John Epistles, 34, 

97- 
11, Pastoral Epistles, 274; 

James, 255; Peter, 88. 
■ 12, Twelve Prophets I., 115; 

Revelation, 231. 

23, 24, Matthew, 423. 

24, 28, Pastoral Epistles, 392. 

25, James, 26, 27. 

• 26, Pastoral Epistles, 58. 

27, John Epistles, 26, 29. 

30, Revelation, 80, 182. 

31, Matthew, 387. 

34, John Epistles, 29, 199, 

227. 
35-37; John Epistles, 30, 89; 

Revelation, 377. 
—36, Exodus, 267; Revelation, 

79- 
JOHN XX., 5, 11, Peter, 38. 

9, Luke, 405. 

10, 11, John Epistles, 251. 

11, James, 107. 

16, John Epistles, 251. 

17, James, 29; Peter, 18. 

20, John Epistles, 26. 



188 JOHN XX.— 


/. JOHN III. 


JOHN XX., 21-23, Matthew, 439; 


I. JOHN I., 8, Romans, 191; 


Revelation, 210. 


Pastoral Epistles, 48; James, 


22, Galatians, 70. 


96. 


23, James, 343. 


9, Ezra, 141; Song of Solomon, 


27, James, 102; John, 82. 


241; James, 339. 


28, Romans, 15, 262. 


I. JOHN II., Phihppians, 41. 


29, Romans, 345. 


1, James, 168. 


• 3°j 3 X > J onn Epistles, 242. 


8, Revelation, y&. 


JOHN XXI., 1, 8, John Epistles, 


14, Peter, 58. 


29. 


15, 16, Acts I., 257; James, 


7, Pastoral Epistles, 58; John 


229; Revelation, 225. 


Epistles, 7. 


17, Jeremiah I., 239; Gala- 


• 12, John Epistles, 247. 


tians, 30; James, 230. 


15-17, Matthew, 437, 439. 


18, Leviticus, 127; Pastoral 


• 17, Peter, 24. 


Epistles, 374, 376, 378; James, 


18, Peter, 260. 


279, 446; Peter, 164; Revela- 


22, Revelation, 243. 


tion, 215, 236. 


24, John Epistles, 302. 


19, Mark, 258; Revelation, 215. 


25, James, 185. 


20, Leviticus, 203, 216; II. 


JOHN, The Epistles, John Epis- 


Corinthians, 50; Ephesians, 


tle, v-ix. 


256. 


JOHN, First Epistle, and the Gos- 


22, 23, Pastoral Epistles, 48, 


pel of John, John Epistles, 21- 


302. 


38. 


24, James, 121. 


General rules for its interp- 


26, James, 96. 


retation, John Epistles, 75- 


— — 29, Proverbs, 159, 162. 


7 8. 


I. JOHN III., 2, Galatians, 230. 


Image of St. John's soul in, 


3, Thessalonians, 31. 


John Epistles, 54-74. 


4, Leviticus, 444; Galatians, 


Polemical element in, John 


150; Pastoral Epistles, 48. 


Epistles, 3953- 


7, 10, Proverbs, 159; James, 


Surroundings, John Epistles, 


96. 


3-20. 


8, Matthew, 165; Ephesians. 


Texts and Versions, John Epis- 


104, 400; Pastoral Epistles, 


tles, 79-100, ioi, 117, 133, 


78. 


134, 164, 179, 185, 204, 207, 


9, Revelation, 348. 


220, 274. 


10, Ephesians, 400. 


I. JOHN I., 1, John, 1, 29; Peter, 


12, Hebrews, 223; Peter, 157; 


263. 


Revelation, 201. 


6, Galatians, 354. 


15, James, 222. 


7, Leviticus, 34, 135. 


16, Galatians, 380, 397. 



/. JOHN III.- 


-JON A THAN 189 


I. JOHN III., 19, Ephesians, 248; 


JONAH, Numbers, 226; Acts II., 


Hebrews, 226. 


119. 


24, Ephesians, 53. 


and the great fish, Twelve 


I. JOHN IV., 1, Ezra, 268; Ephe- 


Prophets II., 523. 


sians, 54; Revelation, 229. 


and the repentance of Nineveh, 


1, 2, 3, Deuteronomy, 351. 


Twelve Prophets II., 529- 


2, 3, Pastoral Epistles, 48. 


535- 


3, Pastoral Epistles, 376. 


— ^refuses to go to Nineveh, Exo- 


7, Romans, 342; Galatians, 


dus, 75; Twelve Prophets II., 


161. 


514-522. 


9, 10, Galatians, 380. 


JONAH, The Book, Twelve Proph- 


10, Leviticus, 227. 


ets II., 491-541. 


14, 16, Galatians, 432; James, 


Character of, Twelve Proph- 


229. 


ets II., 498-500. 


15, Ephesians, 250. 


Date of, Twelve Prophets II., 


16, Romans, 137. 


496-498. 


20, James, 132, 231; Peter, 


Our Lord's use of, Twelve 


249. 


Prophets II., 507-509. 


I. JOHN V., 1, S, Pastoral Epis- 


Purpose of, Twelve Prophets 


tles, 48. 


II., 500-507. 


4, 18, Revelation, 208, 209. 


Unity of, Twelve Prophets II., 


6, Leviticus, 354. 


509-5I3- 


16, Mark, 96. 


JONAH I., 5, John Epistles, 107. 


18, James, 244; Revelation, 


6, Ephesians, 335. 


348. 


JONAH III., 3, II. Corinthians, 


20, 21, Revelation, 243. 


294. 


II. JOHN, 7, Pastoral Epistles, 


6, Jeremiah I., 293. 


48. 


JONATHAN, Son of Abiathar, I. 


8, Matthew, 284; Romans, 


Kings, 90. 


109. 


JONATHAN, Acts II., 30. 


III. JOHN, 2, James, 224. 


and David, I. Samuel, 292, 


7, Romans, 347; James, 130. 


317-328. 


9, Pastoral Epistles, H7\ 


condemned to death by Saul, 


James, 378. 


I Samuel, 238. 


JOHN'S EVE, St., Acts II., 335. 


David's lament, II. Samuel, 1- 


JOHNSON, Dr. Samuel, Colos- 


13- 


sians, 342. 


eats honey, I. Samuel, 234. 


JONADAB and Amnon, II. Sam- 


exploit at Michmash, I. Samuel, 


uel, 195. 


217-228. 


Jehu and, Deuteronomy, 322. 


Son of Saul attacks Geba, I. 


Laws of, Jeremiah II., 46. 


Samuel, 207. 



190 



JON A THAN— JOSHUA 



JONATHAN, son of Gershom, 

Judges, 335-339- 
true to David, I. Samuel, 306, 

360. 
JOPPA, Acts II., 118. 
JORDAN, Crossing the, Joshua, 

49. 
— — divided, Joshua, 106-116. 

reached, Joshua, 95-105. 

JORTIN, John, Acts I., 232. 

JOSEPH, Genesis, 325-414. 

Administration of, Genesis, 

369-382. 
and his brethren in Egypt, 

Genesis, 383-414. 

and Jacob, Genesis, 328. 

— -and Pharaoh's dream, Genesis, 

361. 

Burial of, Joshua, 399. 

compared with Christ, Genesis, 

336- 

compared with David and Dan- 
iel, Genesis, 326. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 260. 

forgotten, Exodus, 14. 

friendless and helpless, Genesis, 

34i- 

gives his sons to Jacob, Gene- 
sis, 421, 422. 

in Egypt, Exodus, 3. 

in prison, Genesis, 339-354. 

interprets dreams, Genesis, 

350. 

marries Asenath, Genesis, 371. 

Place of burial, Joshua, 203. 

Preservation of the body of, 

Genesis, 412; Exodus, 204. 

Purity of, Genesis, 346. 

typical in his life, Genesis, 340. 

JOSEPHUS, Flavius, Acts I., 125, 
158, 174, 198. 217. 235, 236, 



238, 251, 274, 354; II., 11, 
31, 32. 33- 53, 95, 102, 185, 
428; Thessalonians, 326; He- 
brews, 26; James, 36, 39, 53, 
221, 285, 349; Peter, 124. 

JOSHUA, Activity of, Joshua, 198. 

and Achan, Joshua, 165-1SS. 

and the battle of Bethoron, 

Joshua, 223-235. 

and the battle of Merom, 

Joshua, 236-248. 

and the complaint of Ephraim, 

Joshua, 306. 

and the Gibeonites, Joshua, 

211-222. 

and Jesus, Joshua, 21, 248, 

325- 

Antecedents of, Joshua, 22-36. 

The call of, Joshua, 48-59. 

Captures Ai, Joshua, 189-200. 

Change of the name of, Joshua, 

32. 
Charge to the people, Joshua, 

70-81. 

Death of, Judges, 45. 

defeated at Ai, Joshua, 168. 

Designation of, Numbers, 339. 

Encouragement of, Joshua, 

60-69. 
His work continued that of 

Moses, Joshua, 13. 
in practical command, Num- 
bers, 244. 
jealous for Moses, Numbers, 

132; Joshua, 31. 
Last appeal of, Joshua, 388- 

401. 

not a prophet, Joshua, 12. 

Old age of, Joshua, 249-255. 

one of the spies, Numbers, 151. 

Self-sacrifice of, Joshua, 323. 



JOSHUA— JUBA L 



191 



JOSHUA, a spy, Joshua, 32. 
a successor to Moses, Joshua, 

37-47- 
work for Israel, Joshua, 402- 

416. 
JOSHUA, The Book, criticism, 

Joshua, 17. 

in two parts, Joshua, 14. 

Revision of the, Joshua, 19. 

Spiritual lesson of, Joshua, 

21. 
JOSHUA I., 5, Hebrews, 318. 
JOSHUA VII., 19, James, 97. 
JOSHUA VIII., 30, Deuteronomy, 

435- 

32-35, Galatians, 188. 

JOSHUA IX., 27, Ezekiel, 428. 
JOSHUA X., 10, 11, Psalms II., 

438- 
JOSHUA XL, 20, Chronicles, 288. 

■ 22, Jeremiah II., 232. 

JOSHUA XIII., 7, Deuteronomy, 

357- 

15-28, Jeremiah II., 237. 

7,2,, Ephesians, 50. 

JOSHUA XVIII., 22, Chronicles, 

327- 

28, Chronicles, 278. 

JOSHUA XX., 4, Numbers, 402. 

JOSHUA XXL, 17, Jeremiah II., 
120. 

JOSHUA XXIL, 5, Deuteronomy, 
123. 

19, Ezekiel, 323. 

JOSHUA XXIIL, 11, Deuter- 
onomy, 123. 

12, Chronicles, 77. 

JOSHUA XXIV., 19, Romans, 88. 

JOSIAH, King of Judah, Isaiah 
II., 30; Jeremiah I., 19-21; 
Twelve Prophets II., 12-17. 



JOSIAH becomes king, Deuteron 

omy, 45. 

Death of, II. Kings, 402-410. 

Reformation of, II. Kings, 385 

Reign of, II. Kings, 374-384 : 

Chronicles, 456-460. 
JOTHAM, King of Judah, II. 

Kings, 214-216. 
JOTHAM, Judges, 213-223: 

Isaiah I., 20. 
JOURNAL OF HELLENIC 

STUDIES, Acts II., 261, 265, 

364, ^72, 374- 
JOURNAL THEORY, Numbers, 

11. 
JOY, after the return from exile, 

Ezra, 56, 57. 
The believers double, Peter, 

for the justified, Romans, 128- 

137- 

The fruit of the spirit is, Gala- 
tians, 381-383. 

in the resurrection, John II., 

231-232. 

in suffering, Colossians, 116- 

131- 

in temptation, James, 62-67. 

of the Beatitudes, Matthew, 

62. 

of the Lord, Ezra, 290-294. 

of the Soul, Proverbs, 193. 

Peace and, Philippians, 317. 

336- 

A religion of, Leviticus, 473. 

True, I. Samuel, 180; Psalms 

I., 48. 
JOYCE, James W., Acts oj the 

Church, Acts II., 237. 

Irish names, Acts II., 88. 

JUBAL, Genesis, 46. 



192 



JUBILEE OF THE HEBREWS— JUDGES 



JUBILEE OF THE HEBREWS, 
Leviticus, 487-501. 

JUDAIZING, Philippians, 173- 
187. 

JUDAH, son of Jacob, and his 
speech to Joseph, Genesis, 392. 

— — blessed by Jacob, Genesis, 431. 

J CD AH THE TRIBE, blessed by 
Moses, Deuteronomy, 464. 

Genealogies of, Chronicles, 

106. 

in the van, Numbers, 102. 

The inheritance of, Joshua, 

287-299. 

JUDAH, The Kingdom, Chro- 
nology of, 745-458 B. C, II. 
Kings, 286. 

compared with Israel, I. Kings, 

276-285. 

contrasted with Israel, Jere- 
miah I., 1 14-133. 

Decline and fall of, Ezekiel, 3- 

12. 

End of the Monarchy, Ezekiel, 

97-1 1 1. 

Exodus from Babylon, Ezra, 

36-47- 
Kings of, Table, II. Kings, 

496. 
Last Kings of, Chronicles, 455- 

464. 
Persistent apostacy, Jeremiah 

II., 283-294. 
Ruin of, Jeremiah II., 295- 

307- 

Social and religious corrup- 
tion, Jeremiah II., 270-282. 

— — Wicked kings of, Chronicles, 
198-200. 

See NAMES OF KINGS. 

JUDAS, Acts I., 80, 81; II., 56. 



JUDAS compared with Ahaz, 

Isaiah I., 118. 
compared with Haman, Ezra, 

37i- 
compared with Lot, Genesis, 

190. 
Remorse of, Matthew, 413- 

415. 
the traitor, Matthew, 134, 381, 

385, 404; Mark, 88-91, 364- 

374; Luke, 379-38i; John II., 

89-105, 263. 
JUDAS not Iscariot, James, 372. 
JUDAS OF JAMES, James, 372, 

376. 
JUDE, The Epistle, and II. Peter, 

James, 391-400. 
Authenticity of, James, 365- 

376. 
Persons denounced in, James, 

388-391- 

Purpose of, James, 377, 378. 

JUDE, 4, James, 168; Revelation, 

99. 
6, Ephesians, 401; Revelation, 

206. 

7, Revelation, 250. 

8, 10, Pastoral Epistles, 48, 

302; John Epistles, 120. 

9, Peter, 300; Revelation, 205. 

14, Hebrews, 301; Peter, 156. 

16, Peter, 315. 

18, Philippians, 281. 

20, Romans, 222. 

JUDGES, The, Period of the, 

Joshua, 412. 

Their vindication, Judges, 57. 

JUDGES, The book, consistent, 

Judges, 56. 
full of war like ardour, Judges, 

3- 



JUD GES— JULIAN 


THE A POST A TE 193 


JUDGES, a second Genesis, 


JUDGES XX., 12, Joshua, 318. 


Judges, i. 


16, Joshua, 318. 


JUDGES I., i, Deuteronomy, 464. 


26, Leviticus, 105; Ezra, 128. 


8, Chronicles, 278. 


JUDGES XXL, 19, Joshua, 313. 


17, Chronicles, 82. 


JUDGMENT, and then deliver- 


JUDGES II., 9, Joshua, 324. 


ance, Judges, 74. 


JUDGES IV., 4, Daniel, 30. 


Boldness in the day of, John 


11, 17, Joshua, 263. 


Epistles, 210-219. 


JUDGES V., 4, Numbers, 383; 


The broken vessel a symbol of, 


Twelve Prophets II., 151, 153. 


Jeremiah I., 398-410. 


13, 23, Daniel, 6j. 


by Christ, John I., 200; He- 


16, Psalms II., 278. 


brews, 188-195. 


28, Ecclesiastes, 107; Revela- 


Carefulness after, Leviticus, 


tion, 389. 


250-255. 


31, Deuteronomy, 123. 


Conviction of, John II., 221. 


JUDGES VII., 2, Jeremiah I., 129; 


Day of, James, 412. 


18, Hebrews, 262. 


Doctrine of eternal, Hebrews, 


JUDGES VIII., 21, Psalms II., 


87. 


437- 


Fear of the, Deuteronomy, 234. 


JUDGES IX., 8, Chronicles, 327. 


Future, Ecclesiastes, 320; 


17, Psalms III., 421. 


Twelve Prophets II., 369- 


28, Jeremiah I., 72. 


37i- 


JUDGES X., 10-14, Jeremiah I., 


The impending, Mark, 351- 


99. 


358. 


JUDGES XL, 33, Hebrews, 263. 


• of the beast and false prophet, 


35, Hebrews, 262. 


Revelation, 327-334. 


JUDGES XII., s, Psalms III., 348. 


of God, I. Samuel, 242; Job, 


JUDGES XIII., 7, Hebrews, 262. 


292; Psalms L, 62-66; Jere- 


22, John I., 4. 


miah I., 355. 


JUDGES XVI., 28, Hebrews, 262. 


of the heathen, Twelve Proph- 


JUDGES XVII., Numbers, 32. 


.ets II., 431-436. 


3, Jeremiah I., 67. 


of Israel, Twelve Prophets I., 


4, Jeremiah I., 196. 


303-307- 


7, Numbers, 398. 


of murmurers, Numbers, 120. 


JUDGES XVIII., 7, Joshua, 346. 


of Satan, Revelation, 335-359. 


30, Joshua, 345. 


The righteous have it here, 


JUDGES XIX., 1, Joshua, 346. 


Peter, 189-200. 


22, Jeremiah II., 283. 


to come, Peter, 335-344. 


30, Twelve Prophets II., 248. 


JULIAN THE APOSTATE, Acts L, 


JUDGES XX., 8, Deuteronomy, 


393; Pastoral Epistles, 6, 96, 


464. 


119. 



194 



JULIAN THE APOSTATE— JUVENAL 



JULIAN THE APOSTATE com- 
pared with Joash, Chronicles, 
411. 

JULIUS, The Centurion, Acts II., 
460. 

JUSTICE, and blood revenge, Num- 
bers, 401. 

Equality of, II. Samuel, 124. 

God's, Hebrews, 99. 

Human effort for, Judges, 104; 

Job, 237. 

Impatient, Numbers, 315. 

■ in Israel, Deuteronomy, 377- 

395- 

in punishment, II. Samuel, 207. 

Longing for, Isaiah L, 436, 

437- 
of God, I. Samuel, 29; Psalms 

II., 190. 
Passion for, Judges, 58. 



JUSTICE, Right course of, Num- 
bers, 316. 

should be open, Judges, 412. 

Wisdom and, Proverbs, 41, 42. 

JUSTIFICATION, and holiness, 

Romans, 156-186. 
by faith, Joshua, 159-161; 

Proverbs, 161; Romans, 93-99. 
life by the Holy Spirit, Romans, 

203-217. 
Peace, love and joy in, Romans, 

128-137. 
JUSTIN MARTYR, Acts I., ix, x, 

xi, 275, 35s, 400, 414, 417; 

II., 27, 267, 282, 395, 396; 

Pastoral Epistles, 6, 96, 119; 

James, 4, 130, 146,429,441; 

Peter v, 87, 191, 231. 
JUSTUS, Acts II., 325. 
JUVENAL, Acts II., 132. 



KADESH— KINGDOM OF CHRIST 



195 



K 



KADESH, Mustering at, Numbers, 

222. 

Position of, Numbers, 384. 

The tribes at, Numbers, 103. 

KALISCH, M. M., Galatians, 293; 
John Epistles, 268. 

KANT, Immanuel, John Epistles, 
124. 

KAUTSCH, Emil, Jeremiah II., 
225, 231, 240, 315, 319. 322, 
328, 339. 349; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 380, 381, 454- 

KEATS, John, Song of Solomon, 
190. 

KEBLE, John, Acts I., 20, 21, 
227, 324, 368; II., 70; James, 
106, 107. 

KEDAR and Hazor, Jeremiah II., 
251-254. 

KEILAH, David at, I. Samuel, 

357- 

KEIM, T., on the resurrection of 
Christ, I. Corinthians, 331. 

KEMPIS, Thomas a, Song ofSolo- 
mon, 335; I. Corinthians, 300. 

KENITES, The, Numbers, 105, 
266, 312. 

KIBROTH-HATTAVAH, Num- 
bers, 134; Psalms II., 391. 

KINDNESS, Brotherly, Hebrews, 
99. 

a fruit of the spirit, Galatians, 

384- 
Laws of, Deuteronomy, 411- 

432. 
of David, II. Samuel, 135. 



KINDNESS, of the renewed soul, 

Colossians, 308. 
to be returned with kindness, 

II. Samuel, 150. 

True, II. Samuel, 22, 143. 

KING, The, and people of Ezekiel's 

vision, Ezekiel, 447-461. 
KING, called shepherds, Jeremiah 

II., 100, 102, 324. 
Dependent upon Jehovah, 

Deuteronomy, 298-301. 

Favour of a, Job, 357, 369. 

— — Israel demands a, I. Samuel, 

109-120. 
Samuel defines a, I. Samuel, 

116. 
a speaker for God, Deuter- 
onomy, 296-307. 

Theory of a, Chronicles, 195. 

Treatment of the, Proverbs, 

324-336. 
— —Worship of God and the, I. 

Samuel, 197. 
KING, Rev. Robert, The Ruling 

Elder, Acts II., 417. 
KINGDOM OF CHRIST, Luke, 

241-254; John II., 50-55. 
The Gospel of the, Matthew, 

57-io4- 

Invitation to enter the, Mat- 
thew, 95-104. 

The law of the, Matthew, 69-95. 

Parable of the, Matthew, 173- 

185. 

Place in the, Matthew, 287- 

292; Mark, 287-295. 



196 



KINGDOM OF CHRIST— I. KINGS XX. 



KINGDOM OF CHRIST, Signs of 


I. 


KINGS XL, 4, Ecclesiastes, 18. 


the, Matthew, 105-131. 




—26, Psalms III., 348. 


KINGS, The book of, I. Kings. 




— 29, Joshua, 314; Jeremiah I., 


14-29. 




282; Twelve Prophets I., 25. 


Chronology of the first book, 


I. 


KIXGS XII., 4-16, Ezekiel, 441. 


I. Kings. 500-503. 




— 16, Ezekiel, 316. 


Historian of the book of, I. 




— 21, Joshua, 317 


Kings, 30-38. 




— 22, Twelve Prophets I., 25. 


I. KINGS I., 3, Song of Solomon, 


I. 


KINGS XIII. , 3, Isaiah I., 


4- 




"3- 


I. KIXGS II., 7, Luke, 76. 




— (>, Twelve Prophets II., 280. 


I. KINGS III., 3, Deuteronomy, 


I. 


KIXGS XIV., 17, Song of Solo- 


123, 382. 




mon, 12. 


4. Joshua, 21S. 




— 25, Jeremiah I., 90. 


5, Joshua, 318. 




— 27, 2S. Ezekiel, 428. 


11, Jeremiah I., 265. 


I. 


KINGS XV., 4, Psalms, 354. 


25, Psalms III.. 368. 




— 13, Daniel, 211. 


26, Peter, 121. 




— 17. Jeremiah II., 335. 


I. KINGS IV., 20, 25, Ecclesiastes, 


I. 


KINGS XVI., 7. Proverbs, 332. 


10. 




— 18, 23. 24. Song of Solomon, 


21, Revelation, 150. 




12. 


24, Psalms II., 411. 




—34. Joshua, 151. 


25, Deuteronomy, 364. 


I. 


KIXGS XVII. , 1, Revelation, 


33> Proverbs, 12. 




182. 


I. KINGS V., 10, 11, Acts II., 183. 




— 6, Revelation. 204. 


I. KINGS VI., 2, Ezra, 91. 




— 22, Hebrews, 263. 


22, Exodus, 418. 


I. 


KINGS XVIII., 21, Jeremiah I., 


36, Ezra, 93. 




97- 


I. KINGS VIII., 11, Revelation, 




— 27, Jeremiah I., 307. 


264. 




— 28, Jeremiah I., 99. 


22, Pastoral Epistles, 97. 




— 29, 36, Ezekiel, 472. 


27, Acts I., 303. 


I. 


KIXGS XIX., 1-3, Hebrews, 263. 


47, Psalms III., 142. 




— 5, Revelation. 204. 


44, Daniel, 226. 




— 10, Deuteronomy. 20; Jere- 


50, Psalms III., 151. 




miah I., 102; Romans, 2S5; 


4 X > 53> Ephesians, 50. 




James, 294. 


63, Ezra, 101. 




— 12, Romans, 90. 


I. KINGS IX., 3. Jeremiah I., 67. 




—18, Romans, 285; Jeremiah I., 


I. KINGS X., 9, Peter, 135. 




96. 


I. KINGS XL, 3, Song of Solo- 


I. 


KINGS XX., 43. Jeremiah I., 


mon, 11, 




148. 





/. KINGS XXL— 


II. 


KINGS XXIII. 197 


I. 


KINGS XXL, 3, Jeremiah 11., 


II 


KINGS XVI., 3, Jeremiah II., 




,310. 




285. 


I. 


KINGS XXII., 5-28, Ezekiel, 117. 




—9, Jeremiah II., 248. 


— 


— ii, Jeremiah I., 282; II. 124. 


— 


-15, 16, Ezekiel, 455, 472. 




— 19, Daniel, 202; Revelation, 


II 


KINGS XVII. , 5, Isaiah I., 148. 




271. 




—6, Twelve Prophets II., 19. 


— 


—39, Psalms, 64. 




—10, Jeremiah I., 97. 


II. 


Kings I., 10, 12, Revelation, 


— 


— 15, Psalms III., 218; Jere- 




181. 




miah I., 79. 


II. 


KINGS II., 2, Joshua, 202. 




—20, Jeremiah I., 161. 


— 


—9, John I., 48. 




—2441, Ezekiel, 323. 




-10, Acts I., 125. 




—25, Jeremiah I., 89. 


II. 


KINGS III., 4, Leviticus, 161. 




—31, Leviticus, 387; Ezra, 66. 


— 


-15, Daniel, 30. 




—32, Jeremiah I., 259. 




-27, Jeremiah I., 156. 




-33, Ezra, 66. 


II. 


KINGS IV., 13, Ezekiel, 348. 




—41, Ezodus, 293. 




-23, Numbers, 350. 


II. 


KINGS XVIIL, 2, Isaiah I., 




-35, Hebrews, 263. 




375- 


II. 


KINGS V., 3, Leviticus, 330. 




—4, Jeremiah II., 18; Twelve 




-7, Leviticus, 331. 




Prophets II., 5 ; Galatians, 267. 




-12, 13, Jeremiah I., 298. 




-7, Jeremiah I., 106. 




-16, Daniel, 212. 




-13-16, Isaiah I., 321. 


II. 


KINGS VI., 16, Jeremiah I., 




-16, Isaiah I., 345. 




424. 




-22, Jeremiah I., 97. 




-17, Hebrews, 263. 




-26, Jeremiah I., 218. 


II. 


KINGS IX., 7, James, 294. 




-31, 32, Colossians, 63. 




-1 1, Daniel, 31. 


II. 


KINGS XX., 1, Isaiah I., 375. 




-25, 27, Joshua, 303. 




-5, Hebrews, 263. 




-30, Ecclesiastes, 107. 


— 


-12, 13, Romans, 218. 




-37, Jeremiah I., 203. 


II. 


KINGS XXL, 4, 5, Jeremiah 


II. 


KINGS X., 15, Deuteronomy, 




I-, i55- 




322. 




-6, Jeremiah II., 285. 


II. 


KINGS XL, 12, Psalms I., 87; 




-7, Ezekiel, 84. 




III., 70. 




-23, Twelve Prophets II., 12. 


II. 


KINGS XII., 11, Ezekiel, 437. 


II. 


KINGS XXII. , 8, Jeremiah I., 




-17, Ezekiel, 474. 




15, 251; II., 33. 


II. 


KINGS XIII., 21, Ezekiel, 348. 




-1 1-20, Twelve Prophets II., 25. 


II. 


KINGS XIV., 6, Ezekiel, 146. 




-13, Jeremiah I., 198. 




-22, Twelve Prophets II., 167. 




-14, Jeremiah I., 16. 


II. 


KINGS XV., 19, Ezekiel, 192. 


II. 


KINGS XXIIL, 2, Jeremiah I., 




-35, Jeremiah II., 17, 




15- 



198 



II. KINGS XXIII.— KORAH 



II. KINGS XXIII., 3, Jeremiah I., 
16, 252. 

9, Ezekiel, 430. 

— — 10, Jeremiah I., 97. 

14, Ezekiel, 437. 

15, Jeremiah II., 147. 

19, Jeremiah I., 24. 

24, Twelve Prophets II., 27. 

26, Ezekiel, 2^, 146. 

■ 29, Twelve Prophets II., 21. 

■ 30-32, Jeremiah II., 7. 

34, Jeremiah I., 28, 43; II., 

63- 

■ 36, Jeremiah I., 43. 

33"35> Twelve Prophets II., 

28. 

37, Jeremiah I., 152; II., 5. 

II. KINGS XXIV., 1, Jeremiah I., 

152, 204; II., 44; Twelve 

Prophets II., 30. 

2, Jeremiah I., 271. 

6, Twelve Prophets II., 30. 

8-17, Jeremiah II., 85. 

— — 10, Jeremiah I., 208, 294. 

13, Jeremiah I., 124. 

14-16, Ezekiel, 3. 

18-20, Jeremiah II., 96. 

II. KINGS XXV., 4, 5, Song of 

Solomon, 298. 

9, Song of Solomon, 266. 

18, Ezekiel, 437 ; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 47. 

19, Jeremiah I., 72. 

27-30, Jeremiah II., 86; Twelve 

Prophets II., 31. 
KINGSLEY, Charles, Acts I., 209. 
KISH, Asses of, I. Samuel, 127. 
KIRIATH-HUZOTH, Numbers, 

290. 
KIRIATH-SEPHER, Judges, 18, 

-o, 



KIRKPATRICK, A. F., Psalms I.» 
222 ; Twelve Prophets II., 117, 
118. 

KIRJATH-JEARIM, The Ark at, 
I. Samuel, 85; Psalms III., 

349- 

KISS, Greet one another with a 
holy, Thessalonians, 259-261. 

KITTO, John, Acts I., 25, 181, 
278, 282; II., 16. 

The blindness of, Joshua, 126. 

KLOSTERMANN, August, Eze- 
kiel, 49, 5 5 ; Twelve Prophets 

IE, 327- 
KNOWLEDGE, Increasing in the, 

of God, Colossians, 49. 

• not the main thing, Job, 390. 

of all things, John Epistles, 

166-178. 
of Christ, Philippians, 199- 

216; Peter, 250. 

of God, Hebrews, 144. 

to pass away, I. Corinthians, 

303-305- 
KNOX, Alexander, Acts II., 100; 

Philippians, 199, 200, 202. 
KNOX, John, Isaiah II., 95. 
KOHATHITES, Duties of, Num- 
bers, 42; Joshua, 342. 
KOHELETH, Job, 38; Ecclesi- 

astes, 14, 23-26, 285. 
KOHLER, August, divides Jonah, 

Twelve Prophets II., 510. 
ROLLING, W., Pastoral Epistles, 

8. 
KORACHITES, Psalms II., 43. 
KORAH, his claim, Numbers, 196. 

his doom, Numbers, 205. 

Revolt of, Numbers, 195; 

Psalms III., 144. 
used by Jude, James, 450-462. 



JiTOS TERS—K YRIA 



199 



KOSTERS, Dr. W. H., Twelve 
Prophets II., 204, 205, 206, 
207, 234, 248, 260, 274. 

KRENKEL, M., Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 9, 207, 407. 

KRUGER, Gustav, Isaiah II., 435, 
442. 

KUENEN, Abraham, Isaiah II., 
458; Jeremiah I., 368; II., 
205, 206; Ezekiel, 14; Daniel, 



35, 162; Twelve Prophets I., 
19, 203, 238; II., 81, 86, 117, 
126, 192, 203, 213, 280,451, 
457, 458, 498. 

KUENEN, on the Commandments, 
Deuteronomy, 61. 

KUHN.W., Journal Comp. Philol., 
Acts II., 265. 

KURTZ, John H., Hebrews, 253. 

KYRIA, John Epistles, 283. 



200 



LAB A.Y— LAMENTATIONS IV. 



LABAN, Genesis, 293-295. 
LABOUR, Christian worth of, 
Thessalonians, 20J 205. 375- 

39°- 

Necessity of, Genesis, 30. 

Results of, Proverbs, 269. 

LACHISH, Nebuchadnezzer at, II. 
Kings, 45 S. 

Sennacherib at, II. Kings, 328. 

LACORDAIRE, Pere, quoted, Ec- 
clesiastes, 130, 131. 

LACROIX, Paul, Manners of Med- 
dle Ages, Acts II., 16. 

LACTANTIUS. Jeremiah II., 67. 

LAING, Samuel, quoted, Prov- 
erbs, 379, 380. 

"LAMB OF GOD," Jesus the, 
John I., 46. 

LAMB OF THE PASSOVER, The, 
Exodus, 178, 179, 1S1, 184, 
IS 5 . 

LAMBETH CONFERENCES, 

Pastoral Epistles, 266. 

LAMECH, The family of, Genesis, 

45- 

Song of, Genesis, 50. 

LAMENTATIONS OF JERE- 
MIAH, The date, Song of Solo- 
mon, 85. 

• Origin of, Song of Solomon, 

75-86. 

■ Theme of, Song of Solomon, 

87-96. 

- — with the, Song of Solomon, 63- 

346' 



LAMENTATION I., 5, Jeremiah I., 
295. 

11, Jeremiah I., 83. 

12, Peter, 136. 

14. Twelve Prophets II., 56. 

LAMENTATIONS II., 10, Jere- 
miah I., 293, 305. 

x 5- x 7> Jeremiah I., 316. 

iS. Psalms II., 374. 

LAMENTATIONS III., 6, Psalms 
III., 412. 

14, Psalms II., 299. 

19, Isaiah II., 419. 

25, Peter, 196. 

2S. Jeremiah I., 305. 

33, Twelve Prophets II., 74. 

3S, Chronicles, 28S; Jeremiah 

I., 104. 

49, Psalms II., 374. 

53, Daniel, 220, 22S. 

55-5 7; Daniel, 6. 

LAMENTATIONS IV., 2, Jere- 
miah I., 291 ; Twelve Prophets 
II., 175- 

5. II. Kings, 453. 

7, 8, II. Kings, 452; Daniel, 

139, 218. 

S, Psalms III., 91. 

10, II. Kings, 78, 452. 

12, Ezekiel, 227. 

17, Ezekiel, 105. 

20, Jeremiah I., 317; Eze- 
kiel, 99; Twelve Prophets II., 

3i- 
21, Job, 19. 



LAMENTA TIONS IV.— LA W 



201 



LAMENTATIONS IV., 22, II. 

Kings, 461. 
LAMENTATIONS V., 4, II. Kings, 

452. 

• 7, Isaiah II., 183. 

8, Psalms III., 369. 

■ 16, Jeremiah I., 294. 

19, Psalms III., 93. 

LAMMENAIS, M. de, Ecclesiastes, 

182. 
LAMP, The, shining in the dark 

place, Peter, 271-282. 
LAND, and rents, Deuteronomy, 

372, 373- 

Boundaries of, Numbers, 390. 

Division of, Numbers, 330. 

Ezekiel's allotment of the, Eze- 

kiel, 485-499- 

hunger, Deuteronomy, 158. 

—The Jubilee and, Leviticus, 

491-493- 
law, Numbers, 407; Isaiah I., 

42. 
Possession of, Deuteronomy, 

362; Joshua, 283. 
The vowing of, Leviticus, 546- 

548. 

LANDELS, William, True Glory of 
Woman, I. Corinthians, 253. 

LANFRANC, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, Anecdote of, Prov- 
erbs, 205. 

LANGE, John P., James, 285, 
296, 399- 

LANGLAND, William, Piers Plow- 
man quoted, Twelve Prophets 
I., 145, 162, 393, 399. 

LANGUAGE, Abuse of, Isaiah I., 
260. 

LAOCOON, Song of Solomon, 
71. 



LAODICEA, Colossians, 402. 

Church of, Revelation, 61, 62. 

Council of, James, 7, 14, 17, 

24; Peter, xiii. 
LAPIDE, CORNELIUS a, Acts I., 

242; II., 46; Thessalonians, 

177; John Epistles, 162. 
LAPSED, The, Hebrews, 15. 
LARDNER, Nathaniel, James, 

420. 
LAST DAYS, Pastoral Epistles, 

377; James, 278. 
LATERAN COUNCIL, James, 

34i- 
LATIMER, Bp. H., Jeremiah II., 

H3- 
LAUGHTER of God, Psalms I., 

IS- 
LAVER, of regeneration, Pastoral 

Epistles, 285-292. 

of the Tabernacle, Exodus, 422. 

LAW, William, Song of Solomon, 

342- 

LAW, The, against idolatry, Deu- 
teronomy, 277-294. 

and religion, Deuteronomy, 

239-252. 

Christian, rejected, Numbers, 

187. 

Contemplation of, Psalms I., 

192. 

contrasted with Salvation, 

Hebrews, 31. 

The cross the death of, Colos- 
sians, 213-225. 

Curse of the, Galatians, 188- 

I9S- 

Delight in the, Psalms I., 3. 

Design of the, Galatians, 211- 

226. 
given at Sinai, Exodus, 277, 



202 



LAW—LEMME, L. 



LAW, given by the Son, Hebrews, 

given through angels, He- 
brews, 23. 
how far immutable, Hebrews, 

63. 
in the spiritual life, Romans, 

187-202. 
in the commandments, Exo- 
dus, 280-286. 

The lesser, Exodus, 330-366. 

moulded into the present 

form, Ezra, 8. 
Nehemiah and the, Ezra, 271- 

283. 
of the daily life, Leviticus, 277- 

518. 
of Hebrews judged harshly, 

Exodus, 334. 
of Holiness, Leviticus, 267- 

446. 
of kindness, Deuteronomy, 

411-432. 
of the kingdom, Matthew, 69- 

95- 
of sacrifices, Deuteronomy, 

253-266. 
• of the stranger, Exodus, 353- 

357- 

of uncleanness, Leviticus, 277- 

366. 

of worship, Exodus, 336-338. 

our schoolmaster, Exodus, 8. 

Paul on going to, I. Corin- 
thians, 129-144. 

Solidarity of the divine, James, 

I32-I34- 

Supreme excellence of the, 

Psalms III., 244-289. 
LAW OF ACCOMMODATION, in 
God's revelation, Genesis, 6. 



LAWRENCE, Lord, viceroy of In- 
dia, Deuteronomy, 306. 

LA WS OFMANUPzxAzxonomy, 
30-32, 242, 243, 245, 246. 

LAWYER, Work of the, I. Corin- 
thians, 135. 

LAYING ON OF HANDS, Leviti- 
cus, 41-46; Acts I., 284, 285; 
II., 414; I. Corinthians, 103; 
Pastoral Epistles, 63, 64, 67, 
166, 167, 315; Hebrews, 87. 
f LAYMEN, Numbers, 202. 

in Synods, Acts II., 236. 

LAZARUS, Feast of, John II., 4- 

17- 

raised, John I., 351-367; Ephe- 

sians, 86. 

LEADER, God does not ap- 
prove all the acts of a, Judges, 

59- 
Qualification of a, Numbers, 

340; Judges, 75, 216. 
LEAH, Genesis, 291. 
LEAVEN, banished from houses, 

Numbers, 352. 
of the Pharisees, Mark, 208- 

212. 

Prohibition of, Leviticus, 73. 

LE BAS AND WADDINGTON, 

Voyage Archeolog, Acts I., 270; 

II., 216. 
LE BLANT, M., Acts I., 297. 
LEGALISM, Hebrews, 148, 202. 
LEGIONS IN PALESTINE, Acts 

II., 103. 
LEGISLATION in Numbers, Num- 
bers, 12. 
LEIBNITZ, Gottfried W., Romans, 

359- 
LEMME, L., Pastoral Epistles, 9, 
407. 



LEMUEL— LEVITICUS XIV. 



203 



LEMUEL, King, Word of, Prov- 
erbs, 396. 

LEO THE GREAT, James, 340. 

LEPERS, Song of Solomon, 277- 
287. 

Exclusion of, Numbers, 48. 

no pariahs, Numbers, 51. 

their condition, Numbers, 48. 

LEPROSY, Cases of, Numbers, 50. 

Cleansing of, Leviticus, 345- 

357- 

healed, Matthew, 107-109; 

Mark, 42 46. 

of garment or house, Leviti- 
cus, 358-366. 

of Miriam, Numbers, 147. 

the type of sin, Leviticus, 336; 

Numbers, 49; Matthew, 108. 

Uncleanness of, Leviticus, 327- 

344- 
LESLIE, Charles, Short and easy 
method with the Deists, Acts 

I-. 77- 
LEVI, son of Alpheus, Christ's call 

to, Mark, 56-61. 
LEVI, son of Jacob, and Jacob's 

blessing, Genesis, 429. 
and the Shecemites, Genesis, 

314- 
LEVI, the tribe, blessed by Moses, 

Deuteronomy, 465. 
— — in Deuteronomy, Numbers, 

33- 

separate, Numbers, 7. 

■ Service of, Numbers, 25. 

LEVITES, admitted priests, Num- 
bers, 33. 

- — and Hezekiah, Chronicles, 429. 

Cities of the, Numbers, 396; 

Joshua, 340-352. 

Consecration of, Numbers, 40. 



LEVITES, Duties of the, Numbers, 

42; Chronicles, 100. 

given to Aaron, Numbers, 34. 

returning from Babylon, Ezra, 

44. 

Service of the, Numbers, 39. 

revolt with Korah, Numbers, 

201. 

Support of the, Numbers, 215. 

LEVITICAL LAW, Leviticus, 1; 

Numbers, 8. 
LEVITICUS, Occasion and plan of, 

Leviticus, 18. 
Origin and authority of, Leviti- 
cus, 5. 
Present day use of, Leviticus, 

24. 

Purpose of, Leviticus, 20. 

LEVITICUS IV., 3, Isaiah I., 131 ; 

Ezekiel, 438. 

7, Revelation, 98. 

31, Exodus, 413. 

LEVITICUS V., 24, Jeremiah I., 

176. 
LEVITICUS VI., 13, Ezra, 316. 
LEVITICUS VII., 15, Psalms I., 

222. 

16, Proverbs, 97. 

31-34) Deuteronomy, 315. 

LEVITICUS VIII., 6, 30, Hebrews, 

186. 

9, John Epistles, 13. 

26, Numbers, 32. 

33, Numbers, 32. 

LEVITICUS X., 6, Ezekiel, 437. 
LEVITICUS XIII., 17, Mark, 

43- 

45, Song of Solomon, 284. 

46, II. Kings, 83. 

LEVITICUS XIV., 12, Numbers, 

49. 



204 



LEVITICUS XV.— LIBERTY 



LEVITICUS XV., 31, Chronicles, 


LEVITICUS XXIIL, 39, I. Kings, 


435- 


290. 


LEVITICUS XVL, 2, Exodus, 377. 


LEVITICUS XXIV.. 14, Acts I„ 


6, Ezekiel, 43S ; Hebrews, 74. 


,i 3 3 ■ 


11, 15, Ezekiel, 454. 


LEVITICUS XXV., 7, Deuter- 


12, Exodus, 418. 


onomy, 430. 


27, Hebrews, 322. 


23, Psalms II., 11. 


LEVITICUS XVII., 3, Deuter- 


25, Jeremiah II., 311. 


onomy, 259. 


42, Exodus, 340. 


11, Exodus, 398. 


LEVITICUS XXVI., 11, 12, II. 


LEVITICUS XVIII., 3, Jeremiah 


Corinthians, 246. 


I., 225. 


26, Revelation, 92. 


5, Romans, 268; Galatians, 


33, Psalms III., 147. 


191. 


34) 35, Jeremiah I., 347. 


18, Ezekiel, 191. 


36, II. Kings, 406. 


24, Jeremiah I., 82, 


39, Psalms III., 150. 


25, Jeremiah I., 202. 


41, Proverbs, 311. 


LEVITICUS XIX., 1, 2, Numbers, 


LEVITICUS XXVII., 14. Jeremiah 


25- 


L, 67. 


9, Deuteronomy, 358. 


25, Ezekiel, 452. 


12, Exodus, 303. 


28, 29, Deuteronomy, 170. 


13, James, 280. 


LEWIN, Thomas, Acts I., 196, 


17, Matthew, 74. 


24S; II., 31, 3,2, 39, 45, 60, 


18, Galatians, 342. 


80, 102, 119, 163, 167, 1S6, 


18, 34, Deuteronomy, 127; 


198, 360. 


Luke, 295; Romans, 359. 


LIBANIUS, Acts II., 151, 152. 


19, II. Corinthians, 240. 


LIBERALITY, Christian, Num- 


27, Jeremiah I., 205. 


bers, 75; Proverbs, 43, 145. 


33> 36, Proverbs, 218; Eze- 


- — of God, Joshua, 294. 


kiel, 452. 


LIBERTY, and license, F^ter, 307, 


LEVITICUS XXL, 5, Jeremiah I., 


3*3-322- 


334; Ezekiel, 437. 


-and love, I. Corinthians, 177- 


9, Revelation, 309. 


193- 


LEVITICUS XXIIL, 6, Numbers, 


Christian, I. Corinthians, 229. 


84. 


Claim for Christian, Philip- 


10, Deuteronomy, 358; Eze- 


pians, 226-233. 


kiel, 468. 


Cost of, Exodus, 87. 


17, Numbers, 184; Acts I., 83. 


defined, Leviticus, 444. 


24, Ezra, 276. 


The Gospel of, Luke, 142-147. 


34; 36, Twelve Prophets II., 


Law of, Deuteronomy. 128. 


241. 


of the Jubilee, Leviticus, 490. 



LIBER T Y—LIN COLN 



205 



LIBERTY, Perils of, Galatians, 

333-346. 
LICE, Plague of, Exodus, 136, 

137- 
LICENTIOUSNESS, of oriental 

religions, Leviticus, 388. 
■ of the Paganism of Paul's day, 

Ephesians, 271-274. 
LIDDON, H. P., Acts I., 55, 340; 

James, 116, 230. 
LIFE, as vigour, Job, 260. 

a battle, Isaiah I., 339. 

— — Brevity of, Psalms II., 4, 7; 

III., 12. 
The chief good in the wise use 

of, Ecclesiastes, 229-275. 

• Close of, Numbers, 235. 

— — conflict, Deuteronomy, 99. 

. Drama of, Numbers, 330. 

a fire, Isaiah I., H7- 

From death to, Ephesians, 95- 

108. 
. The ideal in Christ, Judges, 

264. 

Illusoriness of, Psalms II., 5. 

Jesus Christ The, John I., 21 ; 

II., 128-131. 
Loss of a high ideal of, James, 

29. 
Love to God the law of, Deu- 
teronomy, 1 16-145. 
Meaning of individual, Genesis, 

14; Job, 61. 
The new nature and the new, 

Colossians, 290-304. 

of wisdom, Proverbs, 39-51. 

Precepts for the innermost, Co- 
lossians, 305-319. 
The present Christian life a 

risen, Colossians, 257-270. 
Principle of man's, Job, 382. 



LIFE, Purpose of, Job, 52. 

rewards life, Job, 409. 

Sanctity of human, Joshua, 

327-329- 
spirit and character, Jeremiah 

II., 62. 
Words of eternal, John I., 227- 

238. 
worth living? Ecclesiastes, 4; 

Romans, 178. 
LIGHT, Children of the, Ephesians, 

321-335- 

The Gospel of, Luke, 137-142. 

healing, James, 245. 

of the world, Matthew, 66-69; 

John I., 271-283. 

LIGHTFOOT, Dr. J., Acts I., 64, 
84, 97, 125, 147, 158, 177, 
181, 182, 233, 260, 272, m, 
335; IL, 32, 57, 441; James, 
77, 328. 

LIGHTFOOT, Bishop J. B., Acts 
I., 166, 195, 239, 268, 269, 
274, 335> 376; IL, 96, 173, 
252, 291, 293, 300, 344, 350, 
363> 37&> 427; Romans, 423; 

11. Corinthians, 87, 374; Ephe- 
sians, 68, 90, 202, 262; Philip- 
pians, 173, 175, 317, 364; 
Colossians, 90, 155, 221, 325. 

— — on Galatians, Acts II. , 19, 20, 
50, 79, 84, 247, 251, 264, 
266; Romans, 115; Galatians, 

12, 16, 96, 143, 169, 217, 
264, 274, 289, 328, 371, 385; 
Pastoral Epistles, 113, 158, 
227, 361; James, 17, 20, 32, 
120, 367, 379, 429, 451 ; John 
Epistles, 283. 

LINCOLN, Abraham, James, 
235- 



206 



LINUS— LOTZE 



"3, 



LINUS, Pastoral Epistles, 

338, 415, 416. 
LITTLE THINGS, Absorbing 

power of, Judges, 176. 
Christianity and, Philippians, 

360. 

Divine concern for, Luke, 278. 

Importance of. Leviticus, 410. 

test the quality ofmenJJudges, 

174. 
Value of, Colossians, 378, 379; 

John Epistles, 127. 
LIPSIUS, R. A.. Acts I., 25; II., 

5. S3- 

LITERATURE, Christianity and 
unchristian, Pastoral Epistles, 
224-236. 

LITURGICAL FORMS in the New- 
Testament, Pastoral Epistles, 

83. 134- 
LIVINGSTONE, David, and his 
religion inseparable, Joshua, 

4- 
begs to be sent forward, 

Joshua, 272. 

Faith of, I. Samuel, 421. 

— — Story of, Proverbs, 59. 

Suffering of, I. Kings, 422. 

LOA VESAXD FISHES, Forthe 

sake of the, II. Samuel, 94. 
LOCKE, J., Acts I., 402. 
LOCUSTS, and the day of the 

Lord, Twelve Prophets II., 

398-417. 

for good, Ecclesiastes, 267. 

The plague of, Exodus, 154- 

160; Revelation, 146, 147. 
LOGOS, The, Doctrine of, John I., 

3-70; John Epistles, 83. 
doctrine not in the Pentateuch, 

Exodus, 363. 



LOMBARD, Peter. Sentential, 
Romans, 76. 

LOIS, Pastoral Epistles. 21. 388. 

LONG-SUFFERING, Galatians, 
3S4; Colossians. 310. 

LORD, The term when used of 
Christ, Pastoral Epistles, 424. 

LORD'S PRAYER, Luke. 180-1S5. 

and the Decalogue, Deuter- 
onomy. -3. 

- and Mohammedan custom, 

Leviticus, t,-^. 

LORD'S SUPPER, The, Numbers, 
86-S9; Hebrews, 322. 

• Abuse of, at Corinth, I. Corin- 
thians, 259-272. 

■ Desecration of, Leviticus, 440- 

4-P- 
instituted, Matthew, 392-395; 

Mark, 374-383- 
LOT, Abraham rescues, Genesis, 

121-133- 

compared to Judas, Genesis, 

190. 

Escape of, Peter, 241, 291, 

292. 

Failure of. Philippians, 39. 

■ a hospitable man. Genesis, 176. 

■ separates from Abraham, Gen- 
esis, 108-120. 

visited by angels, Genesis, 176, 

188. 

■ Wife of, Genesis, 194-197. 

LOT, The, cast in choosing Saul, 
I. Samuel, 158. 

■ Inquiry by, Joshua, 171; Prov- 
erbs, 217. 

• Saul uses, I. Samuel, 237. 

used by the Philistines, I. Sam- 
uel, 78. 

LOTZE, Hermann, Isaiah I., 410. 



LOVE— LUKE 



207 



LOVE, and the absence of faith, 

Judges, 406. 
and character, Philippians, 31, 

38. 
and holiness, Romans, 359, 

360. 
and humility, Galatians, 377, 

378. 
and prayers, Thessalonians, 

II7-I34- 

Attribute of, Isaiah II., 140. 

the bond of perfectness, Colos- 

sians, 315-317. 

covering sins, Peter, 168. 

The craving for, Thessaloni- 
ans, 122. 

emphasized, Deuteronomy,4i 2. 

for the justified, Romans, 128- 

139- 

For the sake of, Colossians, 

448-451. 

• the fruit of the spirit, Gala- 
tians, 379-38i- 

The Gospel of, Luke, 134. 

Jealousy of Divine, James, 

232-237. 

Labour of, Thessalonians, 27- 

30. 

Liberty and, I. Corinthians, 

177-193; Galatians, 340. 

Measure of Christ's, II. Corin- 
thians, 186-197. 

No gift like, I. Corinthians, 

293-308. 

of Christ, Ephesians, 200; John 

II., 408. 

of David for Absalom, II. Sam- 
uel, 214. 

of God, Joshua, 104; Psalms 

II., 25; Isaiah II., 76, 399, 
451; Thessalonians, 370-372. 



LOVE, of Ruth and Naomi, Judges, 
380. 

our true life, John II., 197. 

A reserve in, Genesis, 402. 

Sin against, Isaiah II., 467; 

Twelve Prophets I., 346-354. 

to God the law of life, Deuter- 
onomy, 1 16-145. 

True, tested, Song of Solo- 
mon, 15-27. 

——Union in, Colossians, 158-162. 

unquenchable, Song of Solo- 
mon, 28-40. 

LOVE-FEASTS, See AGAPE. 

LOVING KINDNESS, Psalms I., 
348; II., 217, 458, 464; III., 
83> Jo8, 380; Isaiah I., 436. 

LOWLY, Exaltation of the, James, 
80-82. 

LOYALTY of Barzillai, II. Sam- 
uel, 303. 

of the people to Joshua. 

Joshua, 79. 

to Christ, Joshua, 81. 

to God, Joshua, 367. 

LUCIAN, Acts I., 278; II., 312. 

LUCIFER OF CAGLIARI, James, 

43i- 

LUCRETIUS, Galatians, 39; 
Ephesians, 268. 

idea of God, Exodus, 60. 

LUDOLF. Hiob, History of Ethi- 
opia, Acts I., 415. 

LUKE, Pastoral Epistles, 23, 27, 
207, 209, 421-423. 

— — and Demas, Colossians, 398- 
401. 

at Philippi, Acts II., 391. 

Life of, Luke, 3-7. 

LUKE, The Gospel, Authorship of, 
Acts L, 10. 



208 



LUKE— LUKE X. 



LUKE, Chronology of, Luke, 130. 

Coincidences with, James, 313. 

Genesis of the Gospel, Luke, 

1-14. 
LUKE I., 1, 2, Pastoral Epistles, 

337) 36i- 

4, Pastoral Epistles, 388. 

5, Chronicles, 103. 

■ 6, James, 32. 

10, Exodus, 419; Leviticus, 71. 

■ 19, Romans, 235. 

28, Ephesians, 35. 

36, 58> James, 28. 

42, 43, Galatians, 364. 

53, James, 49. 

54, 55, Galatians, 209. 

70, Romans, 13. 

78, Ephesians, no; John Epis- 
tles, 197. 

LUKE II., 7, James, 31. 

9, Revelation, 304. 

13, Daniel, 202. 

22-24, Leviticus, 314. 

25, 26, 38, Daniel, 288; James, 

32- 

32, James, 115. 

36, Chronicles, 105; Ezra, 42; 

John Epistles, 285. 

37 1 John Epistles, 19. 

44, James, 28. 

49, Leviticus, 55. 

52, Isaiah II., 169; Mark, 353. 

LUKE III., 4, Isaiah II., 6. 

14, Acts II., 105. 

21, I. Kings, 143. 

22, Leviticus, 203; John I., 

41. 

27, 31, II. Kings, 435; Jere- 
miah II , 92. 

• 31, I. Kings, 105. 

LUKE IV., 5-7, Ephesians, 400. 



LUKE IV., 16, Mark, 21. 

16-29, Jeremiah I., 7. 

17, Isaiah II., 6. 

21, Pastoral Epistles, 392. 

24, Jeremiah I., 264. 

25, Daniel, 237. 

■ 26, 27, Galatians, 140. 

29, James, 34. 

LUKE V., 8, James, 248. 

12, Mark, 78. 

22, James, 122. 

LUKE VI., 12, Jeremiah I., 128. 

15, James, 26. 

19, Peter, 101. 

20, 24, James, 49. 

25, 26, James, 83. 

34, Ezra, 258. 

35, 36, Ephesians, 300. 

36, Psalms III., 201. 

40, Peter, 228. 

48, Peter, 228. 

LUKE VII., 35, Proverbs, 119. 

39-40, Mark, 240. 

41, Leviticus, 171. 

42, 43, Ephesians, 312. 

47, Peter, 168. 

LUKE VIII., 10, Matthew, 178. 
——19, James, 28, 32. 

28, Daniel, 179. 

LUKE IX., 22, Peter, 266. 

26, Romans, 35. 

31, Psalms III., 302; Peter, 

261, 266. 

32, Daniel, 262; Matthew, 237. 

49, Galatians, 121. 

51-56, II- Kings, 12. 

54, Mark, 83; James, 26. 

LUKE X., 3, Jeremiah I., 269. 

7, Peter, 207. 

14, John Epistles, 211. 

15, Jeremiah I., 363. 



LUKE X.—LUKE XIX. 



209 



LUKE X., 17-20, Ephesians, 401 ; 
Revelation, 207. 

18, James, 242. 

21, Revelation, 131. 

34> James, 328. 

LUKE XL, 13, Galatians, 230, 
253; Ephesians, 54. 

14-26, Ephesians, 401. 

20, Exodus, 430. 

21, 22, Ephesians, 398; Rev- 
elation, 207. 

■ 27> 28 » James, 374. 

—28, Peter, 319. 

29, 30, Twelve Prophets II., 

507- 

31, James, 193; John Epis- 
tles, 211. 

38, Mark, 240. 

46, Galatians, 307. 

47, Philippians, 177. 

49, Mark, 354; James, 193. 

50, Mark, 220. 

LUKE XII., 1, Mark, 376. 

4, John Epistles, 309. 

5, Romans, 39. 

7, Ezra, 87. 

8, Revelation, 116. 

14-58, Deuteronomy, 389. 

19, James, 262. 

24, 27, James, 105. 

25, Peter, 358. 

35-40, Philippians, 304; Peter, 

42. 

37, Peter, 215. 

39, Peter, 355. 

47, James, 271. 

LUKE XIII., 1-5, Song of Solo- 
mon, 150. 

4, Leviticus, 171. 

7, Galatians, 298. 

14, Mark, 240. 



LUKE XIII., 16, Song of Solomon, 

220. 

20, Song of Solomon, 153. 

LUKE XIV., 11, 16, James, 247, 

247. 

15-24, Leviticus, 90. 

26, Leviticus, 249; Jeremiah I., 

270; Romans, 250. 

34, 35, Revelation, 232. 

LUKE XV., 10, Revelation, 83. 

18, Ezra, 183. 

LUKE XV., 21, Song of Solomon, 

241. 

23, Leviticus, 90. 

■ 29, Galatians, 249. 

LUKE XVI., 8, Ephesians, 402. 
19-31, Galatians, 181; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 327; James, 49. 

23, II. Corinthians, 349. 

■ 25, Exodus, 293. 

LUKE XVII., 2, James, 351. 

12, Mark, 44. 

18, II. Kings, 258. 

26-30, Ezekiel, 72. 

28-30, James, 278. 

29, Jeremiah I., 271. 

LUKE XVIII., 2, John Epistles, 

19. 

• 6, Ephesians, 402. 

8, Exodus, 106; Thessaloni- 

ans, 309; Peter, 332. 
■ 11, Daniel, 226; Romans, 56, 

258. 

13, Romans, 54. 

16, Leviticus, 318. 

29, 30, Proverbs, 38. 

31, 32, Isaiah II., 285; John 

Epistles, 191, 192. 

32, Matthew, 413. 

LUKE XIX., 1-10, Matthew, 293. 
11, Matthew, 358. 



210 



LUKE XIX.— LUTHER 



LUKE XIX., 38, Proverbs, 335. 


LUKE XXIIL, 50, James, 32. 


• 39, 40, Matthew, 299. 


51, Matthew, 408, 431. 


41-44. Matthew, 300. 


LUKE XXIV., 12, James, 107; 


42, Mark, 108. 


Peter, 38. 


LUKE XX., 35, Philippians, 245; 


22, Peter, 108. 


Hebrews, 264. 


■ -5--7, Romans, 14. 


36, Ephesians, 1S5. 


27, Leviticus, 23. 


38, Hebrews, 22S. 


■ 34> 3,7- Mark, 441. 


42, Peter, 194. 


37, Matthew, 199; John Epis- 


47, James, 168. 


tles, 245. 


LUKE XXL, 4, John Epistles, 193. 


39, Mark, 354; John Epistles, 


20, Daniel, 101, 283. 


82. 


24, Leviticus, 538. 


41, Mark, 43S; John Epistles, 


25, Peter, 356. 


246 


27, Revelation, 160. 


44, Leviticus, 7; Daniel, 98; 


28, Ephesians, 61. 


Acts I., 76. 


34, Philippians, 284. 


47, Ephesians, 27; James, 4. 


36, Twelve Prophets II., 314. 


48, Matthew, 439. 


LUKE XXII., 4, Acts L, 177. 


51, Mark, 444. 


• 13, James, 241. 


LUSTS, as the causes of strife, 


18. Colossians, 62. 


James, 214-223. 


20, Jeremiah II., 362. 


their effect on prayer, James, 


24, Matthew, 387; John II., 


223-225. 


77; James, 202. 


LUTHER, Martin, Romans, 229; 


26, Ephesians, 275. 


II. Corinthians, 80, 189; Gala- 


■ 31, 32, Mark, 414; Galatians, 


tians, 3, 290; Ephesians, 244; 


136; Ephesians, 401. 


Colossians, 230, 418, 446; 


32, Peter, 3, 373. 


James, 23, 147, 159, 203, 427, 


43, Matthew, 404; Hebre\vs,28. 


454, 457; Peter xvii; John 


44, Hebrews, 76. 


Epistles, 70. 


51, Matthew, 405; John II., 


and the book of Daniel, Dan- 


265. 


iel, 36. 


LUKE XXIIL, 1 2, Revelation, 1S5. 


and the book of Esther, Ezra, 


16, 22, Pastoral Epistles, 75. 


351- 


— — 28, Song of Solomon, 122. 


and the Epistle of James, 


34, Jeremiah I., 4. 


Proverbs, 148. 


35, Psalms, 216. 


defines God, Exodus, 292. 


43, Acts I., 124; II. Corin- 


humbles himself, I. Samuel, 94. 


thians, 349; Pastoral Epis- 


Justification, Romans, 172. 


tles, 2,27. 


on the care of God, Mark, 


46, Peter, 195. 


286. 



L UTHER- 


-L YTTON 211 


LUTHER, on faith and works, 


LYING, Results of Jacob's, Genesis, 


Exodus, 282. 


274. 


on sin, Psalms II., 131. 


to save life, Joshua, 89. 


persecuted, I. Kings, 422. 


tongue, Proverbs, 89, 167, 168. 


Prayer of Jonah, Twelve Proph- 


"LYONS," "EPISTLE TO THE 


ets II., 512. 


CHURCH OF," Acts I., 8. 


LUZ, Judges, 28. 


LYSIAS, Claudius, Acts II., 429. 


LYCAONIA, Acts II., 212, 265. 


LYSTRA, Acts II., 200, 212-217, 


LYDIA, Acts II., 278. 


260; Pastoral Epistles, 21, 22, 


LYING, Ephesians, 292. 


24. 


acted, Acts I., 226. 


LYTTLETON, Jord George, on the 


David, I. Samuel, 399. 


Conversion of Paul, Acts II., 


not needed for the attain- 


40. 


ment of God's ends, Genesis, 


LYTTON, Bulvver, Ecclesiastes, 


103. 


215. 



212 



MA A C/fAJ7—JfAJV 



M 



MAACHAH, daughter of Talmai. 
wife of David, II. Samuel, 39. 

MACCABAEAN PRINCES, He- 
brews, 115. 

MACEDONIA, St. Paul in, Acts 
II., 271-300. 

MACHPELAH, Purchase of, Gene- 
sis. 229 sq. 

MACKNIGHT, James, Hebrews, 
248. 

MAGIC, Pastoral Epistles, 3S3. 

at Ephesus, Acts II., 352. 

Books of, destroyed, Acts II., 

355- 
MAGNIFICAT, The, Luke, 39- 

42; James, 236, 237. 
MAHANAIM, David flees to, II. 

Samuel, 241-252; Psalms I., 

the residence of Ishbosheth, II. 

Samuel, 24. 

MAHER-SHALAL -HASH-BAZ, 
Isaiah I., 120. 

MAINE, Sir Henry, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 159. 

" Ancient La*u\" quoted, Jere- 
miah I., 2S2. 

MALACHI, The Book, Twelve 
Prophets II., 3-9-3/"-- 

MALACHI I., 2. 3, Romans, 250. 

6, 13. Leviticus, 3S. 

8, Chronicles, 232. 

14, Leviticus, 443. 

MALACHI II., 4, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 259. 

5, Jeremiah I., 227. 



MALACHI II., S, Twelve Prophets 
II., 56. 

12. Deuteronomy, 405; Dan- 
iel, 190. 

15. John Epistles, 183. 

MALACHI III.. 1, Daniel, 11, 108; 
Matthew, 305 ; Peter, 276. 

2, 3, Jeremiah I., 148. 

4, 10, Chronicles, 232. 

5. James, 281. 

S, 9, Leviticus, 166. 

8-12. Ezra, 316. 

16, Daniel. 322. 

17, Ephesians, 60. 

24, Twelve Prophets I., 372. 

MALACHI IV., 1, 5, Revelation, 
105. 

2, Revelation, 385. 

4-6, II. Kings, 24. 

5, Peter, 32S. 

MALALAS. John, Acts I., 342; 
II., 157. 

MALCHION. James, 370. 

MALEBRANCHE, Nicolas, He- 
brews, 205. 

MALICE, Colossians, 2S6. 

MALTA, Acts II., 462. 

Paul at, Acts II., 450-471. 

MAN, alone able to approve God's 
purpose, Genesis, 13. 

becomes heir of God throuoh 

death. Genesis, 235. 

the chief work of God, Genesis 

11. 

the crowning work of God, 

Genesis, 13. 



MAN— MARK I. 



213 



MAN, to cultivate the curse of sin 
out of the world, Genesis, 31. 

faculty for worship, (lenesis, 1 1. 

— — given up to his own way, 
Romans, 48-55. 

Greek and Roman idea (if, 

Acts I., 55-66. 

The ideal, Genesis, 64. 

inferior to angels, Hebrews, 34. 

not a tool, Exodus, 429. 

of sin, Thessalonians, 305-322. 

Pagan view of, Deuteronomy, 

101-104. 

Primitive condition of, Gene- 
sis, 17. 

subject to more than one sin, 

Genesis, yy. 

versus "the Time spirit," Exo- 
dus, 27. 

What is? Psalms I., 72-74. 

without God, Psalms I., 119. 

MANASSEH, King of Judah, his 
reign reactionary, Deuter- 
onomy, 41. 

Idolatry, Deuteronomy, 121; 

II. Kings, 360-363. 

— — Reign of, Chronicles, 444-454; 
Twelve Prophets II., 4-12. 

succeeds Hezekiah, II. Kings, 

35i-37o- 

MANASSEH, son of Joseph, blessed 
by Jacob, Genesis, 421. 

born, Genesis, 372. 

MANASSEH, The tribe, blessed by 
Moses, Deuteronomy, 467. 

Inheritance of Ephraim and, 

Joshua, 300-311. 

MANDEANS, Acts II., 344. 

MANLINESS, Genesis, 22; Num- 
bers, 258. 

MANNA, Exodus, 238-244. 



MANNA, Complained of, Numbers, 

121. 

glorified, Numbers, 122. 

withdrawn, Joshua, 123. 

MANOAH, Prayer of, Judges, 273- 

276. 
MANSEL, H. L., James, 392. 
MANSI, Giovanni D., Councils, 

Acts II., 220, 259, 279. 
MANUFACTURING among the 

Israelites, Deuteronomy, 362. 
MAPS, Use of, Acts II., 100. 
MARAH, Exodus, 226. 
MARATHON, The battle, and that 

of Bethoron, Joshua, 228. 
MARCELLINUS, Pope, Acts II., 

144. 
MARCH, in the wilderness, Num- 
bers, 101. 

of humanity, Numbers, 98. 

Order of Israelites, Numbers, 

97- 

MARCION, and the Pastoral Epis- 
tles, Pastoral Epistles, 4, 5, 8, 
10. 

and St. Luke's Gospel, Acts I., 

10, 270. 

MARCUS AURELIUS, Ecclesi- 
astes, 119; Thessalonians, 
392; Pastoral Epistles, 89, 257. 

MARGOLIOUTH,D.S., James, 79. 

MARIA THERESA, of Voltaire, 
John Epistles, 96. 

MARK, Acts II., 252, 254, 256; 
Colossians, 388, 389; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 409, 410. 

Coincidences with the Gospel of, 

James, 312. 

MARK I., 12, Joshua, 297; Luke, 
107; Peter, 180. 

15, Romans, 93. 



214 



MARK I.— MARK XII. 



MARK I., 1 8, Twelve Prophets I., 

79- 

24, John I., 233. 

31, Luke, 158; James, 329. 

34, James, 184. 

MARK II., 19, Song of Solomon, 

45- 

27, Exodus, 310; Jeremiah I., 

372. 

MARK III., 8, Twelve Prophets II., 
169. 

14, Pastoral Epistles, 59, 219. 

18, James, 26. 

21, Jeremiah I., 269; II. Corin- 
thians, 191; James, 34, 313. 

26, Proverbs, 73. 

31, Jeremiah I., 270. 

32, James, 28, 32. 

MARK IV., 12, Matthew, 178. 

13, James, 241. 

15, James, 241. 

26, Acts II., 434. 

38, Jeremiah I., 307. 

MARK V., 3, Daniel, 193. 

7, Daniel, 179. 

23, James, 329. 

25-34, Leviticus, 311. 

30, Peter, 10 1. 

MARK VI., 2, John II., 75; James, 

193- 

3, James, 26, 29, 32. 

■ 4, James, 35. 

■ 8, 9, Pastoral Epistles, 394. 

11, John Epistles, 211. 

13, James, 329. 

19, 20, Matthew, 188. 

26, Daniel, 227. 

So, Song of Solomon, 261. 

MARK VII., 8, Colossians, 188. 

15, 20, 23, James, 177. 

19, I. Kings, 218. 



MARK VII., 21, John Epistles, 

145- 
MARK VIII., 12, Matthew, 168. 

• 13, Matthew, 217. 

15, Exodus, 187. 

31, Peter, 266. 

34, Jeremiah I., 270. 

38, James, 227. 

MARK IX., 6, II. Corinthians, 

304- 

10, Matthew, 234. 

■ n-13, Revelation, 105. 

14, Matthew, 245. 

15, Matthew, 246. 

38-42, Matthew, 2^7; Gala- 

tians, 121. 

42, James, 351. 

49, I. Kings, 203. 

MARK X., 21, Leviticus, 338. 

2 9> 30, James, 236. 

33, Matthew, 413. 

35, James, 26. 

39, Revelation, 317. 

MARK XL, 1-10, John II., 23. 

12-23, James, 185, 228. 

23, James, 122. 

24, James, 330. 

25, Daniel, 226. 

32, Matthew, 195. 

MARK XII., 10, Pastoral Epistles, 

392. 

24, Pastoral Epistles, 392. 

26, Chronicles, 15. 

• 27, Pastoral Epistles, 326. 

29, 30, Galatians, 220. 

30, 31, Luke, 295. 

32, 33, I. Kings, 215. 

37, Peter, 96. 

38, John Epistles, 293. 

40, James, 168. 

44, John Epistles, 193. 



MARK XIII.— MARTYRS 



215 



MARK XIIL, 3, James, 26. 


MARRIAGE, as an illustration, 


11, Revelation, 389. 


Romans, 183-186. 


9, Deuteronomy, 389. 


• Christ on, Matthew, 268-270. 


14, Song of Solomon, 118; 


Christian, Ephesians, 353-365. 


-Daniel, 12, 101. fitA) , ) t» ° 


Ezra and foreign, Ezra, 131- 


3 2 > 3i, James, 280; John 


152. 


Epistles, 168; Revelation, 


figure of religion, Isaiah II., 


253- 


398. 


—35, Romans, 362. 


laws, Numbers, 58. 


MARK XIV., 14, Luke, 76. 


Loveless, Genesis, 59; Prov- 


26, Psalms III., 206. 


erbs, 45. 


33, Luke, 367. 


Nehemiah and foreign, Ezra, 


34, Pastoral Epistles, 136. 


347- 


37, 38, Peter, 224. 


of expedience, Numbers, 280. 


58, Jeremiah II., 17; Luke, 


of Isaac, Genesis, 240-253. 


388. 


of Ruth and Boaz, Judges, 408- 


62, Daniel, 248. 


420. 


——65, Luke, 389; Peter, xi. 


Paul on, I. Corinthians, 161- 


71, Luke, 384. 


176. 


MARK XV., 1, Acts I., 233. 


purified and exalted in the Old 


6, Acts II., 382. 


Testament, Isaiah II., 400. 


12, John II., 312. 


• a safeguard, Proverbs, 69-71. 


21, Matthew, 422. 


Second, Pastoral Epistles, 


34, Song of Solomon, 131. 


122, 125. 


40, James, 26. 


a serious undertaking, Judges, 


42, Matthew, 387. 


285. 


MARK XVI., 8, John Epistles, 245. 


a test of the uniqueness of 


15, Matthew, 439; Luke, 403; 


Hebrew prophecy, Isaiah II., 


Romans, 226. 


76, 398. 


■ 16, Acts II., 73. 


with unbelievers, Joshua, 385; 


17, Acts I., 100. 


Chronicles, 402; II. Corinthi- 


18, John Epistles, 69. 


ans, 240-246. 


19, 20, Psalms III., 186. 


MARSEILLES, Acts II., 374, 390. 


MARKLAND, J. H., Thessa- 


MARTHA AND MARY, Luke, 306- 


lonians, 288. 


316. 


MARNAS, God of Gaza, Acts I., 


MARTIAL, Epigrams, Acts I., 312. 


410. 


MARTYROLOGIES, James, 31. 


MARQUARDT, Joachim, Acts II., 


MARTYROLOGIUM ROMANUM, 


104, 458. 


Acts I., 325. 


MARRIAGE, Abnormal, Genesis, 


MARTYRS, Revelation, 98-104. 


57, 58. 


Three classes of, Acts I., 323. 



216 



MA HY— MATTHEW V, 



MARY, Sister of Lazarus, anoints 


MATTHEW I., 12, II. Kings, 435; 


Christ, Matthew, 382-384; 


Jeremiah II., 92. 


Mark, 359-363; John II., 1-17. 


19, James. 32. 


commended, John II., 10-16. 


20, Revelation, 200. 


MARY, The Virgin, Luke, 47-66. 


21, Romans, 372. 


Annunciation to, Luke, 50, 55, 


23, Revelation, 385. 


59- 


25, James, 31. 


at Cana, Luke, 64. 


MATTHEW II., 15, Isaiah II., 


at Capernaum, Luke, 65. 


268. 


at the Cross, Luke, 66; John 


16, Revelation, 202. 


II., 3I9-33I- 


18, Jeremiah II., 335. 


interrupts Christ, Matthew, 


MATTHEW III., 1, Joshua, 297. 


168-172. 


——3, Isaiah II., 6; Luke, 215. 


Reticence of, Luke, 58. 


6, Acts I., 146. 


Song of, Luke, 39-42. 


8, 9, Leviticus, 166. 


Song of Hannah and of, I. 


9, Jeremiah I., 124; Ezekiel, 


Samuel, 31. 


292; Galatians, 181. 


undue exaltation of, Luke, 53. 


15, Luke, 98. 


—visits Elizabeth, Luke, 36. 


• 17, Leviticus, 172; Luke, 215. 


MASON, Arthur James, Diocletian 


MATTHEW IV., 1, Joshua, 297. 


Persecution, Acts II., 367. 


4, Revelation, 204. 


MASS, Sacrifices of the, Hebrews, 


5, Daniel, 284. 


134- 


8, James, 229. 


MASSUTIUS, Acts II., n, 55, 60. 


13, Jeremiah I., 7. 


MATERIALISM, Job, 54. 


21, James, 26. 


and religious faith, Judges, 


23, Acts I., 272. 


114; Isaiah I., 175. 


MATTHEW V., 3, Romans, 345. 


in France, Deuteronomy, 213, 


8, Revelation, 195. 


214. 


11, 12, James, 64, 294. 


MATTHEW, See LEVI. 


14. 16, Leviticus, 476; Revela- 


Christ's call to, Mark, 56-61. 


tion, 181, 365. 


MATTHEW, The Gospel, Coinci- 


17, iS, Hebrews, 63. 


dences with, James, 310. 


18, Leviticus, 9. 


for the Jew, Matthew, 3. 


20, Galatians, 343. 


the Genesis of the New Testa- 


21, 22, James, 222. 


ment, Matthew, 4. 


22, Deuteronomy, 389; James, 


in its natural order, Matthew, 


155- 


3- 


28, James, 222. 


MATTHEW I., 1, Romans, 16. 


32, Exodus, 303. 


5, Joshua, 154; Hebrews, 261; 


33-37> Luke, 384. 


James, 157. 


38-42, Leviticus, 483. 



MA TTHE W V.— MA TTHEW XII 



217 



MATTHEW V., 42, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 320. 

43, 44, I. Kings, 101 ; Luke, 

343; James, 67. 

45, Exodus, 104; Song of Solo- 
mon, 208. 

MATTHEW VI., 1, Daniel, 195; 
II. Corinthians, 283; Peter, 71. 

2, 5, 16, James, 84. 

7, Ezra, 181. 

14, James, 352. 

22, Proverbs, 47. 

23, Revelation, 232. 

24, Exodus, 293 ; Romans, 250. 

2 8, 30, James, 85. 

29, Chronicles, 172; Ezra, 50. 

2,2, Leviticus, 224; I. Kings, 

125. 

45, John Epistles, 119. 

MATTHEW VII., 1, James, 293. 

■ 1-5, Galatians, 395; James, 

251. 

■ 5, James, 352. 

• 6, Proverbs, 126; Revelation, 

384- 

15, Revelation, 228. 

16-18, James, 183. 

—21-23, James, 137. 

24-27, James, 101. 

■ 27, Peter, 228. 

MATTHEW VIII., 4, Leviticus, 9. 

■ 5-13, Acts II., 105. 

10, Mark, 353. 

17, Isaiah II., 6, 352; Peter, 

101. 
MATTHEW IX., 1 3, I. Kings, 2 1 s ; 

Mark, 59. 

23, Jeremiah I., 202. 

57> 38, Revelation, 253. 

MATTHEW X., 2, James, 26. 
3, James, 26. 



MATTHEW X., 16, James, 102. 

17, Deuteronomy, 389. 

■ 18-20, Ephesians, 428. 

19, Acts I., 183. 

20, Galatians, 253. 

21, 25, Mark, 220. 

22, II. Corinthians, 20. 

— —28, John Epistles, 309. 

34, Song of Solomon, 142. 

35, Ezra, 151. 

27, Ezra, 151. 

40, Revelation, 389. 

42, Leviticus, 180. 

MATTHEW XL, 5, Leviticus, 331 ; 
James, 49. 

11, Galatians, 250; Revela- 
tion, 102. 

12, Twelve Prophets I., 230. 

19, Proverbs, 119. 

21, 22, Jeremiah II., 51. 

22, 24, John Epistles, 211. 

23, Song of Solomon, 134. 

25, Daniel, 202. 

27, Revelation, 326. 

29, II. Corinthians, 292; 

James, 81; John Epistles, 309. 
MATTHEW XII., 4, Exodus, 310; 
Leviticus, 10. 

7, I. Kings, 215. 

17, Isaiah II., 6. 

19, 20, I. Kings, 397. 

20, Galatians, 395; John Epis- 
tles, 232. 

27, Pastoral Epistles, 326. 

33, Ephesians, 296; James, 

183. 
26, Ephesians, 297; James, 

3i4- 

39, James, 227. 

39, 41, Twelve Prophets II., 

507; Pastoral Epistles, 358. 



218 



MATTHEW XII.— MATTHEW XXII. 



MATTHEW XII., 40, Twelve 
Prophets II., 507. 

41, 42, John Epistles, 211. 

42, Chronicles, 172; James, 

193- 

43, Proverbs, 130. 

46, James, 28, 32. 

MATTHEW XIII., 26, Revetefc*w, 

29, 30, Revelation, 253. 

30, Revelation, 154. 

32, Revelation, 253. 

35, Ephesians, 129. 

38, Mark, in. 

39, Leviticus, 460, 470. 

41, Galatians, 299; Revela- 
tion, 258. 

43, Daniel, 324. 

48, Ephesians, 296. 

49, 50, Revelation, 258. 

54, James, 193. 

55, James, 26, 29, 32. 

MATTHEW XIV., 3-6, Leviticus, 
10. 

11, 12, Luke, 104. 

MATTHEW XV., 1-9, Acts II., 15. 

$-6, Leviticus, 14. 

5, 6, Leviticus, 551. 

6, Jeremiah I., 176. 

7-9, I. Kings, 220. 

18, Proverbs, 166. 

19, Proverbs, 58. 

MATTHEW XVI., 4, James, 227. 

— —13, Daniel, 248. 

13-16, Acts II., 101. 

15-18, Ephesians, n. 

18, Peter, 70; Revelation, 357. 

19, Acts I., 147. 

21, Peter, 266. 

22, John Epistles, 293. 

24, Philippians, 284; Peter, 99. 



MATTHEW XVI., 26, Joshua, 

260. 

27, Proverbs, 159. 

MATTHEW XVII., 5, James, 26. 

20, James, 330. 

24, Mark, 240. 

MATTHEW XVIII., 6, James, 351. 

7, Leviticus, 442. 

9, Galatians, 278. 

16, II. Corinthians, ^y^. 

17, Mark, 158. 

19, Daniel, 151. 

22, Peter, 169. 

23-35, Leviticus, 171. 

25, II. Kings, 43. 

35, Proverbs, 319. 

MATTHEW XIX, 8, Leviticus, 

404; Deuteronomy, 404; II. 

Corinthians, 128; Galatians, 

219. 

2 3> 2 4> James, 49, 83. 

29, Leviticus, 224; Daniel, 222. 

MATTHEW XX, 2, Revelation, 92. 

3, 6, James, 156. 

20, Mark, 83. 

MATTHEW XXI, 13, Jeremiah I, 

159- 

16, Peter, 74. 

19, Jeremiah I, 180. 

21, James, 122; Revelation, 

141. 

ii, Hebrews, 32. 

42-44, Daniel, 161; Pastoral 

Epistles, 392. 

MATTHEW XXII, 1-14, Leviti- 
cus, 91; Song of Solomon, 45. 

2, Revelation, 322. 

3, Proverbs, 124. 

12, Revelation, 353. 

14, Revelation, 175. 

32, Pastoral Epistles, 326. 



MA TTHE W XXII.- 


-MA TTHE W XXVII. 219 


MATTHEW XXII., 34-40, Acts 


MATTHEW XXIV., 29, Peter, 


II., 15; Peter, 90. 


356; Revelation, 106. 


41 -46, Psalms III., 183; Ephe- 


30, 


Daniel, 248; Revelation, 


sians, 91. 


160. 


43, Psalms III., 185. 


3i, 


Thessalonians, 174. 


45, Hebrews, 114; Revelation, 


35, 


Hebrews, 63, Peter, 357. 


385. 


36, 


Leviticus, 15. 


MATTHEW XXIII., 3, James, 168. 


37-39, James, 278; Peter, 332. 


8, Peter, 120. 


42, 


Peter, 329. 


10, Peter, 236. 


44, 


James, 102. 


11, Peter, 121. 


MATTHEW XXV., 10, Revelation, 


12, James, 247. 


3*4- 


13-36, James, 276. 


1 9, 


Romans, 362, 386. 


23, Leviticus, 563. 


3i, 


Hebrews, 26. 


29, Jeremiah I., 314. 


3i- 


46, Revelation, 346. 


32, Romans, 290. 


34, 


Ephesians, 27. 


33-35, Jeremiah I., 363; Ro- 


4i, 


Leviticus, 559; Ephesians, 


mans, 292. 


40 ] 


; Peter, 289. 


34, James, 193; Revelation, 


MATTHEW XXVI., 2, Mark, 360. 


291. 


3, 


Acts II., 32. 


35, Psalms II., 401; Jeremiah 


12, 


Mark, 363. 


II., 304; James, 32; Revela- 


26, 


27, Revelation, 324. 


tion, 310. 


28, 


II. Corinthians, 116. 


37> Jeremiah I., 102; James, 


30, 


Psalms III., 206. 


294. 


36, 


I. Kings, 406. 


38, Galatians, 297. 


38, 


Pastoral Epistles, 136. 


MATTHEW XXIV., 1, 2, Peter, 


39, 


Leviticus, 56. 


193- 


41, 


Romans, 222. 


3-27, John Epistles, 211. 


46, 


Luke, 381. 


5, 8-12, Ephesians, 412. 


53, 


John II., 272. 


6, 7, Daniel, 320; Revelation, 


63, 


64, James, 308. 


90. 


64, 


Mark, 53, 352. 


11, Thessalonians, 309. 


64, 


John Epistles, 211. 


13, Revelation, 127. 


67, 


Isaiah II., 285; Peter, xi. 


14, Leviticus, 472. 


74, 


Luke, 384. 


15, Daniel, 12, 101, 283, 286. 


MATTHEW XXVII., 9, Twelve 


21, 22., Ephesians, 340. 


Prophets II., 450. 


22, Numbers, 40; Daniel, 264. 


18, 


Peter, 63. 


24, Thessalonians, 309; Rev- 


25, 


Romans, 296. 


elation, 229. 


54, 


Acts II., 106. 


27, Hebrews, 188. 


55, 


Peter, 108. 



220 



MA TTHE W XX VII. —MER C V 



MATTHEW XXVII., 56, James, 

26. 

59. John Epistles, 245. 

63, John Epistles, 293. 

66, Ephesians, 53. 

MATTHEW XXVIII., 10, James, 4, 

29. 

13, John Epistles, 247. 

18, Leviticus, 199; Peter, 145. 

19, Acts II., 73: II. Corin- 
thians, 87. 
20, Pastoral Epistles, 333; 

Revelation, 44, 131. 
MATTHIAS, Election of, Acts I., 

61-81. 
MAURICE, F D., Acts II., 206; 

James, 64. 
MAYOR, J. B., James, 115. 
MAZZINI, Giuseppe, Isaiah L, 84- 

86; II., 259; Twelve Prophets 

I., 89. 
M'CAUL, A., Old Paths, Romans, 

69. 
MEAT-OFFERING, Leviticus, 63- 

81 ; Numbers, 180. 
MEATH, Lord, John Epistles, 

200, 201. 
MECHITARITES, Acts I., viii. 
MEDAD, Eldad and, Numbers, 130. 
MEDE, Joseph, Acts I., 64, 67, 84. 
MEDIA, Isaiah II., 107. 
MEDIATOR, Christ a, Hebrews, 

*37- 

Desire for a, Job, 147. 

Idea of a, Deuteronomy, 109, 

no. 
ofthe New Covenant, Hebrews, 

302. 
MEEKNESS, Proverbs, 172, 210; 

Galatians, 387; Colossians, 

311; James, 196-198. 



MEGIDDO, Joshua, 303; Jere- 
miah I., 317. 

MELCHISEDEK, Genesis, 128- 
131; Hebrews, 75, 79, 88, 135, 
156. 

Allegory of, Hebrews, 109-130. 

a title, Genesis, 131. 

MELITO, Bishop of Sardis, Peter, 
xiii. 

MELVILLE, Henry, Acts II., 114. 

MEMORY and life, Colossians, 

474- 

MENAHEM, King of Israel, II. 
Kings, 221-226. 

MENANDER, Acts II., 11. 

MENDICANT ORDERS, Acts II., 
227. 

MENEPHTAH, Death of the son 
of, Exodus, 193. 

the Pharaoh of the Exodus, 

Exodus, 90. 

Tomb of, Exodus, 161-166. 

MEPHIBOSHETH, David and, II. 
Samuel, 134-145, 297. 

Zibah and, II. Samuel, 242. 

MEPHISTOPHELES, Job, 36. 

MERAB, daughter of Saul, I. Sam- 
uel, 302. 

MERARITES, Duties of the, Num- 
bers, 44. 

MERCHANT, The, has an honor- 
able career, Deuteronomy, 

369- 
Vocation ofthe, Isaiah I., 296, 

297. 
MERCIES of God, I. Samuel, 105; 

Psalms III., 159. 
MERCY, and faithfulness, Psalms 

I., 348. 

Covenant and, Ezra, 178. 

Peace and, Galatians, 447. 



MERCY— MICAH IV 



221 



MERCY, Trust in God's, Psalms 

I., 121. 

MERCY SEAT, The, Exodus, 377; 
Hebrews, 154. 

MERIBAH, Exodus, 249-252; 
Psalms III., 148. 

MERIT, No hope in human, Ro- 
mans, 78-83. 

MERIVALE, Dean C, Hebrews, 96, 

195- 
MERODACH-BALADAN, Isaiah 

I., 200, 376. 

and Hezekiah, II. Kings, 315. 

defeated, II. Kings, 323. 

MEROE, Acts I., 412. 

MEROM, Battle of, Joshua, 236- 

248. 
MERX, Adalbert, on Joel, Twelve 

Prophets II., 394-396, 436. 
MESOPOTAMIA, Isaiah II., 51, 

56. 
MESSAGE, The Divine, Numbers, 

219. 
MESSIAH, Isaiah I., 89, 90, 115 

sq. 129, 131-144, 180 sq., 249; 

Ezekiel, 304-321; Daniel, 69; 

Twelve Prophets I., 408-418; 

Hebrews, 35, 114. 

the anointed, I. Samuel, 147. 

Conspiracy against, Psalms 

I., 13- 
Hope for a, Chronicles, 299- 

310. 

in type, Chronicles, 131. 

Kingdom of, Acts I., 27. 

— —of David, II. Samuel, 366- 

375- 

of Isaiah, II. Kings, 269. 

of the Psalmist, Psalms II., 90, 

329. 
prophesied, Deuteronomy,339. 



MESSIAH, referred to by Balaam? 

Numbers, 311. 
— —referred to by Hannah, I. Sam- 
uel, 35. 
— —universal dominion, Psalms I., 

18. 
METAPHORS of James, James, 

86, 88. 
METAPHRASTES, Simeon, Acts 

I., vl., 218. 
MEYER, H. A. \Y\, Acts I., 98, 
217, 230; II., 342; Romans, 
261; II. Corinthians, 65, 137, 
139, 149, 165, 239, 267, 317, 
374; Galatians, 95, 116, 217, 
229, 274, 328; Ephesians, 4, 
42, 48, 359, 416; Philippians, 
"7, 173; James, 32, 390. 
MICAH OF MT. EPHRAIM, 

Judges, 336. 
MICAH, the prophet, of the reign 

of Manasseh, II. Kings, 364. 
MICAH, the book, Twelve Proph- 
ets, 357-438. 
MICAH I., 4, Psalms III., 63; 
Peter, 357. 

7, Revelation, 290. 

10-16, II. Kings, 299. 

12, Jeremiah II., 329. 

MICAH II., 9, Ezekiel, 312. 

12, Ezekiel, 314. 

MICAH HI., s, II. Kings, 463. 
—8, Ezekiel, 120. 

10, Proverbs, 26; Jeremiah II., 

276; Twelve Prophets II., 146. 

11, II. Kings, 397, 463. 

12, Psalms II., 399; Jeremiah 

II., 23; Daniel, 81. 
MICAH IV., 1, 2, II. Kings, 263; 
Jeremiah II., 107; Peter, 33. 
2, Jeremiah L, 85. 



222 MICAH IV. 


—MILTON 


MICAH IV., 4, Deuteronomy, 


MIDIANITES, Defeat of the, 


364- 


Judges, 178-194. 


6, Twelve Prophets II., 74. 


Modern, Judges, 139. 


9, Jeremiah I., 184. 


Number of the, Numbers, 


11-13, Ezekiel, 372. 


368. 


13, Psalms III., 63. 


plot against Israel, Numbers, 


MICAH V., 1, II. Kings, 239; 


313- 


Jeremiah I., 119. 


to be vexed, Numbers, 318. 


1-6, Ezekiel, 311. 


War with the, Numbers, 365. 


2, Chronicles, 144; John Epis- 


MIDRASH, James, 420. 


tles, 82. 


MIGRATION of Abraham for a 


3, Ezekiel, 314. 


spiritual cause, Genesis, 85. 


5, Jeremiah I., 90; II., 100. 


— —of Israel to Egypt of great 


7, Isaiah II., 307. 


importance, Genesis, 321. 


MICAH VI., 1, Isaiah I., 17. 


of nations, Genesis, 83. 


3, Jeremiah I., 81. 


MILETUS, Acts II., 405. 


6-8, I. Kings, 212; Jeremiah 


Paul at, Acts II., 405-421. 


II., 35; Ezekiel, 463. 


MILITARISM in Numbers, Num- 


7, II. Kings, 37. 


bers, 17. 


8, Psalms I., 138; Jeremiah I., 


MILL, John Stuart, Ezekiel, 340; 


207. 


Acts I., 132; I. Corinthians 


10, 11, Leviticus, 415. 


208; Pastoral Epistles, 39; 


16, II. Kings, 145. 


John Epistles, 119, 123. 


MICAH VII., 1-20, II. Kings, 356. 


on creation, Genesis, 9; Job, 


5, Jeremiah I., 192. 


257- 


MICAIAH, son of Imlah, I. Kings, 


MILLES, Bishop Thomas, Acts I., 


459, 490-493. 


67. 


MICHAL, aids David to escape, I. 


MILLIGAN, Wm., Pastoral Epis- 


Samuel, 307. 


tles, 117. 


David married to, I. Samuel, 


— —on The Resicrrection, Acts II., 


303- 


134- 


restored to David, II. Samuel, 


MILMAN, Henry, Jeremiah II., 91, 


44-46. 


152; Acts I., 217. 


MICHMASH, Jonathans exploit 


MILTON, John, Proverbs, 59, 69, 


at, I. Samuel, 218-228. 


in, 133, 316, 367; Ecclesias- 


MICROCOSM and Macrocosm, 


tes, 209; Song of Solomon, 88; 


Job, 402. 


Isaiah II., 259; Jeremiah II., 


MIDIAN, Moses in, Exodus, 39- 


102; Daniel, 139, 140, 163, 


88; Hebrews, 253. 


197; Mark, 13, 272; Gala- 


MIDIANITES, Numbers, 261. 


tians, 259; Colossians, y6, 91; 


conquer Israel, Judges, 138. 


John Epistles, 227. 



MILTON— MIRACLES OF CHRIST 



223 



MILTON, the Puritan, Deuter- 
onomy, 192-195. 
Satan of, Job, 35; Proverbs, 

59- 

MINING, Job, 314. 

MINISTERING TO THE SAINTS, 
Hebrews, 192, 313. 

MINISTRY and the prophet, 
Chronicles, 259. 

■ Call to the, Isaiah I., 76-78. 

■ Duties of the, Numbers, 212. 

Educational work of, Chroni- 
cles, 223. 

Influence of a high-minded, 

Deuteronomy, 327. 

not a profession, Jeremiah II., 

104. 

not to be secluded, Joshua,3oS. 

Objectors to a regular, Deuter- 
onomy, 330. 

Origin of the Christian, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 104-117. 

— —A paid, Chronicles, 238, 263- 
265. 

Provision for the, Numbers, 

399- 
St. Paul and the, Acts II., 

385-421; I. Corinthians, 97- 

112; Colossians, 132-150. 
Support of the, I. Corinthians, 

195-209. 

■ An unworthy, Judges, 344. 

MIRACLES, Hebrews, 30 sq. 306. 
■ and natural law, I. Samuel, 

99, 100. 
of Christ, Matthew, 105-131; 

John II., 142-144, 423-426. 
of Christ and Moses compared, 

Exodus, 132. 
of Christ not creative, Exodus, 

125; Mark, 181. 



MIRACLES, of Moses, Exodus, 

72, 121-170. 
MIRACLES OF CHRIST, Mat- 
thew, 105-131; Mark, 2438, 
129 161; Luke, 255-280. 

■ At the marriage in Cana, John 

I., 67-84. 

Blind man of Bethsaida, Mark, 

213 216. 

The Centurion's servant, Mat- 
thew, 109-111; Luke, 195- 
208. 

The deaf and dumb man, Mark, 

200-204. 

Death vanquished, Matthew, 

122 128. 

The demoniac boy, Mark, 238- 

247. 

The demoniac of Gadara, Mark, 

141-151. 

Demons cast out, Matthew, 

117, 118; Mark, 28-33. 

Feedingthefivethousand, Mat- 
thew, 192, 193; Mark, 176- 
183; Luke, 269-280; John I., 
208. 

• Feeding the four thousand, 

Mark, 205-308. 

—The fever patient, Matthew, 
111-113. 

Jairus' daughter, Mark, 151- 

161. 

Lazerus raised, John I., 351- 

367- 

— — The leper healed, Matthew, 
107-109; Mark, 42-46; Luke, 
260. 

Lost faculties restored, Mat- 
thew, 1 28-13 1. 

The man at Bethsaida, John 

I., 175-187- 



224 



MIRACLES OF CHRIST— MOHAMMED AN 



MIRACLES OF CHRIST, The 
man blind from birth, John I., 

301-317- 
Miraculous draught of fish, 

Luke, 166-174. 
The nobleman's son, John I., 

I59-I73- 
Peter's mother in-law, Luke, 

15S. 
The sick of the palsy, Mark, 

47-5- 1 - 
Sins forgiven, Matthew, 11S- 

121. 
• The storm stilled, Matthew, 

115-117, 197-202; Mark, 133- 

140. 
The withered hand, Mark, 71- 

74- 

MIRIAM, Death of, Numbers, 223. 

■ Jealousy of, Numbers. 136- 

141. 

Pharaoh's daughter and. Exo- 
dus, 32. 

Punishment of, Numbers, 

147. 

MIRTH, Wisdom better than, Ec- 
clesiastes, 139. 

MISANTHROPE, The, Proverbs, 
240. 

MISCHIEF- Proverbs, 169, 170. 

MISOPOGON, Acts II., 159. 

MISSIONS, Pastoral Epistles, 
193-198. 

and the Atonement, John Epis- 
tles, 1 06-1 16. 

Christian generosity and. 

Proverbs, 45. 

in Africa, Thessalonians, 157, 

158. 

methods not to be criticised, 

Thessalonians, 96. 



MISSIONS, Necessity of a healthy 

independence, Acts I., 200. 
Principle of work, Romans, 

2-S. 

MISTAKES, Education in, John I., 
27S. 

MISUNDERSTANDINGS, Genesis, 
410; Proverbs, 200; Twelve 
Prophets I., 319. 

MITHRA, Worship of, Ezra, 35; 
Acts I., 32: II., 35. 

MIVART, St. George, Genesis of 
species, Acts I., 60. 

MIXED MULTITUDE, Numbers, 
121. 

MIZPAH, Judges, 236, 237. 

Gedaliah murdered at, II. 

Kings, 470. 

Samuel calls the people, I. 

Samuel, 93. 

MNASON, Acts II., 426. 

MOAB, Isaiah I., 94, 273; Jere- 
miahll., 234-241 ;Ezekiel, 226, 
227: Twelve Prophets I., 132. 

David wars against, II. Sam- 
uel, 112, 113. 

Invasion of, II. Kings, 29-39. 

overrun by Amorites, Num- 
bers, 254. 

Plains of, Numbers, 260. 

revolt against Ahaziah, II. 

Kings, 5-7. 

MOABITE STONE, Deuteronomy, 
136, 169; I. Kings, 339,451: 
Ezekiel, 226. 

MOHAMMED, on love, I. Corin- 
thians, 300. 

MOHAMMEDAN, Acts I., 314, 
402. 

contempt for women, Ecclesi- 

astes, 204. 



MOHAMMEDAN— MOSES 



225 



MOHAMMEDAN, Conversion of 
the, Twelve Prophets II., 538. 

Decay, Deuteronomy, 211. 

method of slaughter, Leviti- 
cus, 373. 

origin and Hebrews, Deuter- 
onomy, 157, 161. 

prophet, Deuteronomy, 341. 

religion, John Epistles, 111. 

slavery, John Epistles, 182. 

MOHLER, John A., Symbolism, I. 
Corinthians, 264. 

MOLECH, Worship of, Leviticus, 
387; II. Kings, 362. 

MOLINOS, Miguel de, Acts II., 
446. 

MOLL, Dr. A., on Hypnotism, 
Acts I., 100, 123, 230, 360. 

MOMMSEN, Acts II., 96, 103, 
140, 150, 281, 378, 468. 

MONASTICISM, Celtic, Acts II., 
88. 

MONEY and the church, II. Corin- 
thians, 263. 

and sympathy, John I., 16. 

Danger in the love of, John 

II., 102; Acts I., 227. 

MONICA, St., James, 358. 

MONOD, Adolph, Ephesians, 68, 
107, 138, 344- 

MONOTHEISM, Judges, 32; 
Isaiah II., 88, 236-251. 

■ and the creation, Genesis, 8. 

and the imagination, Isaiah II., 

95- 
diffused by Abraham, Genesis, 

81. 
■ growth in Israel, Isaiah I., 

357) 363- 
in the Decalogue, Deuter- 
onomy, 77. 



MONOTHEISM, moral and polit- 
ical advantages, Isaiah I., 108- 
1 10. 

of Israel defined, Isaiah II., 

36-40, 129, 149. 

MONTANISTS, Acts I., 154; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 70, 115. 

MONTGOMERY, James, Romans, 

235- 
MONUMENTA FRANCISCANA, 

Acts I., 163. 
MORAL severity, Numbers, 370. 
MORALITY, Civilization without, 

Numbers, 372. 
Decay of, Twelve Prophets I., 

255-268. 
-^Heathen lack of, Ezra, 105. 

progressive, Exodus, 23. 

MORALS, Paul on Christian, 

Ephesians, 259-351. 
MORDECAI, Ezra, 379, 384, 392- 

404. 
MORE, Sir Thomas, Ecclesiastes, 

303; Jeremiah II., 102. 
MOREHOUSE, Bishop James, 

James, 345. 
MORINUS, Jean, Exerc. Bibl.] Acts 

II., 13. 
MORLEY, John, on Dante, Deuter- 
onomy, 488. 
• on the origin of Christianity, 

Numbers, 88. 
MOSES, Exodus, 26-442. 
acted for Jehovah, Numbers, 

92, 162. 

• and Aaron meet, Exodus, 87. 

■ and the burning bush, Exodus, 

43-°4- 

and Dathan, Numbers, 205. 

——and his success late in life, 

Joshua, 11. 



226 



MOSES— MO TJVES 



MOSES, and his successor, Joshua, 


MOSES, his communion with God, 


37-47- 
and Isaiah, Numbers, 146. 


Numbers, 76. 
in Midian, Exodus, 39-88. 


and Jethro, Exodus, 259-263. 

and Korah, Numbers, 204. 

and the vision of God, Exo- 


inferior to Christ, Hebrews, 55. 

Inner life of, Hebrews, 237. 

intercedes for Israel, Numbers, 


dus, 437-439. 
at the rock, Numbens, 225. 


206. 
—Judgment of, Numbers, 228. 


at the transfiguration, Mat- 


Magnanimity of, Numbers, 


thew, 238. 

appeals to Hobab, Numbers, 

105. 


133- 

the man of God, Joshua, 266. 

mediatorship, Deuteronomy, 


Authority of, Numbers, 203. 

Blessing of, Deuteronomy, 

460-470. 
• career guided by God, Joshua, 

9- 


106-115. 

Miracles of, Exodus, "ji. 

Mission of, Hebrews, 236. 

no priest, Numbers, 6. 

not the hero of Numbers, Num- 


Character of, Deuteronomy, 

474-490- 

Choice of, Exodus, 34-38. 

close of his life, Numbers, 


bers, 2. 
obeys the call of God, Exodus, 

79-88. 

Parents of, Exodus, 2S. 

Position of, Numbers, 142. 


Coalition against, Numbers, 

204. 


prays for death, Numbers, 128. 

rebukes Reuben and Gad, Num- 


Comeliness of, Hebrews, 239. 

Commission of, Exodus, 65- 


bers, 374. 
refused by Pharaoh, Exodus, 


69. 
Death of, Deuteronomy, 490, 

491. 

encouraged by God, Exodus, 

99-1 1 1. 


89. 

Reverence for, Numbers, 16. 

Song of, Exodus, 216-225; 

Deuteronomy, 452-460. 
Stephen's account of, Hebrews, 


—-Faith of, Numbers, 336; He- 
brews, 233. 
Farewell speeches of, Deuter- 


245. 

steward of Christ, Hebrews, 54. 

Strain on, as leader, Numbers, 


onomy, 433-45 1 - 
Fear of, Hebrews, 300. 


125. 
with Aaron at the last, Num- 


Genealogy of, Exodus, 108. 

Generalship of, Joshua, 10. 

Great offer to, Numbers, 167. 

hesitates to return to Egypt, 


bers, 240. 

Work of, Joshua, 58. 

MOTHERHOOD, Judges, 268. 
MOTIVES, mixture of, Philip- 


Exodus, 70-79. 


pians, 53. 



MO TIVES—M YSTERIES 



227 



MOTIVES, Paul appeals to high, 
II. Corinthians, 382. 

wrongly imputed, II. Corin- 
thians, 32, 33. 

MOULE, H. C. G., Ephesians, 

403- 
MOUNT OF OLIVES, Prophecy of 
Christ on the, Matthew, 339- 

375- 
MOUNT SEIR, Chronicles, 81. 
MOUNT ZION, Psalms II., 93-96, 

284, 472, 474; Hebrews, 153, 

292-309. 
The lamb on, Revelation, 238- 

245- 
MOURNING in silence, Leviticus, 

247-249. 
MOUSE, The, of Sennacheribs de- 
feat, II. Kings, 345. 
MOZLEY, J. B., Lectures, Romans, 

189. 
MULBERRY TREES, II. Samuel, 

82. 
MULLER, K. O, Antiquities of 

Antioch, Acts II., 150. 
MULLER, Max, Ecclesiastes, 59, 

60. 
MURATORIAN FRAGMENT, The 

Acts I., 7; James, 4. 
Canon, Pastoral Epistles, 6, 

14; John Epistles, 31, 35. 
MURDER, Accidental, Exodus, 

343. 



MURDER, condemned, Matthew, 

73, 74- 

The first, Genesis, 29-39. 

forbidden, Exodus, 315-319; 

Proverbs, 90. 

Involuntary, Joshua, 330-332. 

No satisfaction for, Leviticus, 

115, 116. 

of Abel, Genesis, 29-39. 

MURMURING against God, Num- 
bers, 118. 
—at what displeases us, Philip- 

pians, 139-142. 
MURRAIN, The plague of, Exodus, 

141-144. 
MUSIC, and praise of the Temple, 

I. Kings, 197. 

and worship, James, 320-322. 

— —Influence of, I. Samuel, 275. 
of the Temple, Psalms III., 

460. 

Origin suggested, Genesis, 46. 

Religious value of, Chronicles, 

440-443. 
MUSSUS, James, 383. 
MUSTERING of Israel, Numbers, 

18. 
MYSTERIES, Christian, II. Corin- 
thians, 47-58. 
New Testament, Colossians, 

126-131; Thessalonians, 263; 

Pastoral Epistles, 132, 

135. 



228 



JVA A HI A N—NA THA N 



N 



NAAMAN, Leprosy of, Leviticus, 

329> 330. 

Story of, II. Kings, 50-65. 

NABAL, David and, I. Samuel, 

378-390; Proverbs, 339. 
NABI, or prophet, Numbers, 2g. 
NABONIDAS, Isaiah II., 65. 113, 

193- 

persecutes the Jews, Ezra, 16. 

— —State of, Twelve Prophets II., 

22. 

Terror of, Ezra, 33. 

NABOPOLASSAR, II. Kings, 383, 

422. 
NABOTH, Ahab and the vineyard 

of, I. Kings, 473-483- 
NADAB, King of Israel, I. Kings, 

309, 310. 
NADAB, Strange fire of, Leviticus, 

2 37~ 2 55; Numbers, 29. 
NAHASH, King of the Amorites, 

I. Samuel, 170, 172. 
NASHON, Numbers, 22. 
NAHUM, The book, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 77-112. 
Text of, Twelve Prophets II., 

82. 
NAHUM I., 3, II. Kings, 22. 
NAHUM III., 5, Jeremiah I., 296, 

298. 

811, II. Kings, 382. 

10, II. Kings, 142, 222. 

NAIOTH, David at, I. Samuel, 

313- 
NAMES, Christian, Chronicles, 39. 



NAMES, foundation of hope, 

Psalms II., 156. 
Jesus the allhallowing, Colos- 

sians, 332-334. 
Significance of, Chronicles, 30- 

33- 
NAOMI, and Boaz, Judges, 397 

sq. 

and her burden, Judges, 368. 

and her daughters-in-law, 

Judges, 371. 
returns to Bethlehem, Judges, 

387- 
NAPHTALI, The tribe, Moses 

blesses, Deuteronomy, 469. 
NAPOLEON, at Leipzig, Exodus, 

157- 

compared with Sennacherib, 

Isaiah I., 362. 

leaves Egypt, Isaiah I., 353. 

on the conquests of Christ, I. 

Samuel, 263. 

on his way to St. Helena, Num- 
bers, 285. 

retreat from Moscow, I. Cor- 
inthians, 237. 

the supreme example of failure, 

Judges, 149. 

NATHAN, The prophet, and David, 
Chronicles, 242; Psalms II., 
496. 

and the rebellion of Adonijah, 

I Kings, 82-85. 

—rebukes David, II, Samuel, 169- 
180. 



NA THAN—NEHEMIAH 



229 



NATHAN, tells David not to build 
a temple, II. Samuel, ioo. 

NATHAN, son of David, I. Kings, 
142. 

NATHANIEL and Jacob's dream, 
Genesis, 285. 

called, John I., 64. 

NATIONALISM of the old cov- 
enant, Hebrews, 140-243. 

NATIONS, Duty of, Numbers, 160; 
Judges, 37. 

responsible to God, Leviticus, 

128. 

NATIVITY, The, Luke, 62. 

NATURAL RELIGION, Job, 25; 
Hebrews, 3. 

ends with a sigh, Job, 290. 

Source of, Job, 178. 

NATURE, and God, Numbers, 80; 
Job, 166, 287, 301; Psalms 
II., 253; Jeremiah I., 235. 

and the supernatural, Judges, 

266. 

— — as a revelation of God, He- 
brews, 3. 

Cultus, Numbers, 313; Judges, 

42, 418. 

Destruction of, Isaiah I., 417, 

sq. 

Dissolution of, Hebrews, 307. 

Fourfold use by the prophets, 

Isaiah I., 16-18. 

in the Scripture, Psalms L, 

189. 

Influence of, Exodus, 387. 

interrogated, Hebrews, 8. 

Love of, James, 86, 231. 

— —Redemption of, Isaiah I., 188- 
199. 

the vesture of the Son, He- 
brews, 27. 



NAZARETH, Christ and, Luke, 51, 
61, 131. 

NAZIRITE, Samson to be a, 
Judges, 276. 

vow. Acts II., m, 43O. 

NAZIRITIS.M, ceremonies of dis- 
charge, Numbers, 64. 

Parellels to, Numbers, 59. 

Statutes regarding, Numbers, 

60. 

NEANDER, Augustus, James, 

290, 325- 

NEBUCHADNEZZAR, II. Kings, 
429, 435, 436; Isaiah II., 32, 
34, 54, 107; Ecclesiastes, 35, 
38; Song of Solomon, 109; 
Jeremiah I., 25, 31, 46; II., 
4, S, 300; Ezekiel, 101, 160, 
242-245, 282; Daniel, 45, 143. 

— — captures Jeconiah, Deuter- 
onomy, 349. 

Dream of, Daniel, 141-166. 

Idol of gold, Daniel, 167-183. 

stricken and restored, Daniel, 

184-202. 

NEBUZARADAN, Jeremiah II., 

i73> 175- 
NECESSITY, Job, 130. 
NECTARIUS, James, 340. 
NEGLECT, and its results, Judges, 

138. 

and rejection, Numbers, 186. 

of God, Deuteronomy, 155. 

NEHEMIAH, The patriot, Ezra, 

163-350. 
and the covenant, Ezra, 307- 

316. 

and the law, Ezra, 271-290. 

midnight ride, Ezra, 198-209. 

on guard, Ezra, 234-246. 

■ Prayer of, Ezra, 174-197, 



230 



NEHEMIAH— NICO LA S 



NEHEMIAH, rebuilds Jerusalem, 

Ezra, 210-234. 

the reformer, Ezra, 339-350. 

NEHEMIAH, The book, Ezra, 1- 

11; Psalms II., 452. 

Exposition of, Ezra, 163-350. 

NEHEMIAH I., 5, Deuteronomy, 

123. 
NEHEMIAH II., 2-8, I. Samuel, 

139- 

3, Song of Solomon, 92. 

6, Psalms, 65. 

NEHEMIAH III., 16, Acts I., 125. 

NEHEMIAH IV., 17, Chronicles, 
225. 

NEHEMIAH V., 19, Leviticus, 77; 
Jeremiah I., 77. 

NEHEMIAH VII., 63-65, Chroni- 
cles, 47. 

NEHEMIAH VIII., 6, Daniel, 226. 

10, Revelation, 185. 

NEHEMIAH IX., 5, Daniel, 151. 

■ 26, Jeremiah I., 102; James, 

294. 

NEHEMIAH X., 32, Chronicles, 
405; Ezekiel, 443, 453. 

NEHEMIAH XI., 1, 2, Ezekiel, 

495- 
9, Jeremiah I., 72. 

■ 19, Psalms II., 43. 

—36, Chronicles, 104. 
NEHEMIAH XIII., 5, Ezekiel, 430. 

15, Jeremiah I., 368. 

23, Chronicles, 77. 

26, Chronicles, 173. 

NEHUSHTAN, II. Kings, 293. 
NEIGHBOUR, Relations to our, 

Proverbs, 244. 

Rights of our, Leviticus, 164. 

Who is our? Exodus, 315; 

Deuteronomy, 127, 145. 



NELSON, Robert, Fasts and Fes- 
tivals, Acts I., 79; II., 256. 

NELSON, Lord, I. Corinthians, 
266. 

NEO-CAESAREA, Acts I., 266. 

NEOCOROS, Acts II., 379, 380. 

NEPHESH, Numbers, 53. 

NERO, Emperor, Acts II., 433, 
470; Ephesians, 283, 340; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 14, 89, 275, 
414, 419, 422, 426. 

NESTORIANISM, Acts I., 48; II., 
258; Hebrews, 169. 

NEW MOON, Numbers, 343, 349. 

■ of seventh month, Numbers, 

355- 
NEW TESTAMENT, canon, Acts I., 

16. 
Puritanism, II. Corinthians, 

237-247- 
quotations in Isaiah, Isaiah 

II., 6, 282, 284. 
NEW TESTAMENT ETHICS, The 

vow in, Leviticus, 549-552. 
NEWMAN, J. H., Isaiah I., 267; 

Acts I., 381; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 39, 40, 233-235, 387; 

Hebrews, 13; James, 202, 266, 

380, 383, 443- 
NEWTON, Sir Isaac, Daniel, 95. 
NEWTON, Robert, Acts, I, 3. 
NICANOR, Gate of, Acts I., 

158. 
NICENE CREED, Hebrews, 29. 
NICEPHORUS, James, 422. 
NICODEMUS, John I., 99-116; 

Acts I., 240. 
Gospel of, Pastoral Epistles, 

380. 
NICOLAS, proselyte of Antioch, 

Acts I„ 286. 



NINEVEH— NUMBERS XV 



231 



NINEVEH, Fall of, II. Kings, 381; 
Twelve Prophets II., 17, 61- 
66, 96-112. 

Repentance of, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 5 2 9-53S- 

NITZSCH, Karl Immanuel, Dan- 
iel, 81, 83. 

NOAH, Genesis, 63, sq. 

As were the days of, Peter, 

325-334- 

Covenant with, Genesis, 72, ^3. 

Drunkenness of, Genesis, 75. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 215. 

Fall of, Genesis, 68-80. 

Preaching of, Peter, 139. 

Sons of, Genesis, 78. 

NOB, David at, I. Samuel, 331- 

335- 
NON-RESISTANCE, Doctrine of, 

Chronicles, 378-392. 
NORTHCOTE, J. S., Epitaphs of 

the Catacombs, Acts I., 112. 
NOVATIAN HERESY, Acts I., 237 ; 

Hebrews, 95. 
NOWACK, Wilhelm G. H., Twelve 

Prophets II., 128, 144, 380, 

432, 436, 487. 
NUMBERS, The book, as history, 

Numbers, 13. 
—Date of, Numbers, 12. 

like Greek Drama, Numbers, 2. 

Puritanism of, Numbers, 8. 

Sources of, Numbers, 10. 

— — Spirit of, Numbers, 16. 
• Three main channels in, Num- 
bers, 7. 

Time covered by, Numbers, n. 

NUMBERS I., 10, Joshua, 22. 
NUMBERS II., 18, Joshua, 22. 

24, Joshua, 23. 

NUMBERS V., 2, 3, II. Kings, 83. 



NUMBERS V., 12-27, Leviticus, 

156. 
NUMBERS VI., 2, Jeremiah II., 

46. 

9-12, Leviticus, 350. 

10, Leviticus, 319. 

24-26, Psalms II., 266. 

25, Psalms I., 298; II., 407. 

NUMBERS VII., Leviticus, 210. 

89, Exodus, 2>T7- 

NUMBERS IX., 5, Joshua, 121. 

15-22, I. Samuel, 64. 

NUMBERS X., 35, I. Samuel, 64; 

Psalms I., 28;- II., 273; III., 

350. 
NUMBERS XL, 1, II. Kings, 18. 

3, Psalms II., 391. 

4-6, Exodus, 234; Leviticus, 

369; Psalms III., 144. 

17, John I., 48. 

33, Psalms III., 144. 

NUMBERS XII. ,7, Ephesians, 274. 

10, II. Kings, 63. 

n, Jeremiah I., 9. 

12, Leviticus, 330. 

NUMBERS XIII., 16, Matthew, 9. 

22, II. Samuel, 19. 

—30, Joshua, 264. 

32, Ezekiel, 332. 

33, Joshua, 247. 

NUMBERS XIV., 10, Joshua, 34. 

24, Joshua, 264. 

28, Psalms III., 147. 

29, Joshua, 121. 

31, Psalms III., 146. 

NUMBERS XV., 2-4, Leviticus, 

105. 

30-32, Ezekiel, 482. 

32, Jeremiah I., iyz. 

39, Leviticus, 195; Song of 

Solomon, 44. 



232 



NUMBERS XVI.—NYMPHAS 



NUMBERS XVI., 3. Joshua, 343; 

Psalms III., 144. 

22, Hebrews, 2S4. 

• 3 1 ~33, Joshua, 1S5. 

35, Psalms, 145. 

46, Leviticus, 23S. 

NUMBERS XVIII., 1, Joshua, 342. 

2, Joshua, 342. 

7, Chronicles, 422. 

12, Deuteronomy, 315- 

14, Deuteronomy, 170. 

15. 16, Leviticus, 545; Eze- 

kiel, 181. 

19, Chronicles. 327. 

20, 24, Deuteronomy, 314; 

Ephesians, 50. 

21, Leviticus, 559. 

NUMBERS XX., 2-13, Psalms III., 

14S. 
NUMBERS XXL, 6, Jeremiah I., 

1S3. 

9, II. Kings, 291. 

22, Psalms I., 158. 

29, Jeremiah I., 306. 

NUMBERS, XXII., 21, Psalms II., 

495- 
NUMBERS XXIII. , S, James, 

181. 
9, Jeremiah I., 317; Twelve 

Prophets I., 270. 

10, John Epistles, 183. 

NUMBERS XXIV., 4, Twelve 

Prophets I., 15. 

• 8, Twelve Prophets II., 68. 

9, Psalms I., 159. 

13, Song of Solomon, 163. 



NUMBERS XXIV., 19, Psalms 
III., 187. 

20, John Epistles, 183. 

NUMBERS XXV., 9, Psalms III., 

147- 
NUMBERS XXVL, 7, 18, 34, 

Joshua, 7i. 
NUMBERS XXVL, 33, Joshua, 

3°9- 
NUMBERS XXVII., in, Joshua, 

309- 

17, Psalms II., 426. 

18-23, Acts I., 2S4. 

NUMBERS XXVIII., 3-8, Ezekiel, 

473- 
NUMBERS XXXI., 6, Psalms II., 

495- 

7, II. Kings, 73. 

■ 8, Joshua, 259. 

16, Psalms II.. 426. 

NUMBERS XXXIIL, 47, 48, Eze- 
kiel, 374. 

55, II. Corinthians, 352. 

NUMBERS XXXV.. 5, Joshua, 347. 

9-34- Joshua, 326. 

24, Numbers, 403. 

31, Exodus, 345; Leviticus, 

115, 484. 

33~ Jeremiah I., 108. 

NUMBERS XXXVL, 11, Joshua, 
309. 

NUMENIUS, Pastoral Epistles, 

379- 
NUNC DIMMITTIS,The, Luke, 44- 

46. 
NYMPHAS, Colossians, 403-406 



OA TH— OPPORTUNITY 



233 



OATH, of God to Abraham, He- 
brews, 101. 

of men and God contrasted, 

Hebrews, 104. 

OBADIAH and Elijah, I. Kings, 

379- 
OBADIAH, The book, Twelve 

Prophets II., 161-184. 
OBADIAH, 4, Jeremiah II., 

244. 

■ 5, Jeremiah I., 42. 

8, Ezekiel, 227. 

10-14, Isaiah I., 439; Jeremiah 

L, 317- 

n-15, Jeremiah II., 244. 

21, Jeremiah II., 247. 

OBED EDOM, The ark at the house 

of, II. Samuel, 89. 
OBEDIENCE, Proverbs, 385; 

Luke, 168; John I., i84;Ephe- 

sians, 381; Thessalonians, 

138. 

and love, Colossians, 487. 

Children of, Peter, 44. 

Duty of, Pastoral Epistles, 272, 

275- 
of the Son, Hebrews, 77; Peter, 

12, 13. 

Prompt, Joshua, 142. 

Reward of, Job, 42. 

OBJECTIONS, Christ's method of 

dealing with, Matthew, 159. 
OBLIGATION, Consciousness of, 

Philippians, 340. 
OBSCURITY may furnish leaders, 

Judges, 87; I. Samuel, 32. 



OCCULT PHENOMENA, Genesis, 

363- 
OECUMENICUS, Acts II., 84; 

James, 285, 399, 418. 
OEHLER, G. F., Acts II., 6. 
OFFENCES, Christ's doctrine of, 

Mark, 254-262. 
OFFERINGS, See burnt offerings, 

meal offerings, sin offerings, 

wave offerings, sacrifices. 
OG, King of Bashan, Joshua, 12. 
OHOLA and OHOLIBAH, Alle 

gory of Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 189- 

196. 
OIL, for the sacrifice, Leviticus, 

68-71. 

for the sick, James, 327, 331. 

OLD TESTAMENT defective in 

unity, Hebrews, 6. 
OLIVE, Imagery, Romans, 303. 
OMISSIONS, Numbers, 184. 
OMRI, King of Israel, I. Kings, 

338-343- 

ONESIMUS, Colossians, 382-385, 
418, 454-468, 471, 483; Pas- 
toral Epistles, 411. 

ONESIPHORUS, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 313, 319, 320, 323, 
414. 

OOSTERZEE, J. J. von, Hebrews, 

317- 
OPPORTUNISM, Judges, 166. 
OPPORTUNITY, Colossians, 365. 

for winning men, Peter, 79. 

Providence of God and, I.Sam 

uel, 316. 



234 



OP TIMISM—O VERCRO WDING 



OPTIMISM of Caleb and Joshua, 

Numbers, 160. 
ORDEAL of jealousy, Numbers, 57. 
ORDINANCES, No healing in, John 

I., 180. 
ORDINATION, Acts II., 194, 414; 

Pastoral Epistles, 60, 63, 220, 

3i4- 

ORELLI, C. von, Jeremiah II., 30, 
37> 43? 196, 204, 214, 22s, 
245, 285, 338; Daniel, 83; 
Twelve Prophets II., 1 1 7, 127, 
287, 451. 

ORGANIZATION, Idea of, Num- 
bers, 44; Deuteronomy, 328. 

ORIENTAL SOCIETY, Character, 
Job, 131. 

Contrasts of, Job, 72. 

Ideas of, Job, 50. 

ORIGEN, Song of Solomon, 43; 



Acts I., 79, 101, 400; II., 251 ; 
Ephesians, 18; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 125, 228, 229, 379; 
James, 5, 21, 307, 330. 337, 
369. 372. 44i; Peter, vi. 

ORIGIN OF THE WORLD, See 
CREATION. 

ORMAZD, Ecclesiastes, 57-62. 

ORNAMENTS, Rubric, Acts II., 

239- 
ORONTES, Acts II., 151, 196. 
ORPAH and Naomi, Judges, 376. 
ORTHODOXY uncorrupted, Job, 

197- 
OTHNIEL, Judges, 22, 73, -4. 
OTTO, Karl, Corp. Apologet, 

Acts II., x. 
OUTCOME, The, Bitterness of the 

latter end, II. Samuel, 35-37. 
OVERCROWDING, Numbers, 331. 



PAES— PARABLES OF CHRIST 



235 



PAES, James, 105. 
PAIN, and evil, Job, 52. 

and imprudence, Job, 59. 

Happiness and, Job, 55. 

Mystery of, Job, 120. 

PALESTINE, in the time of Abra- 
ham, Genesis, 96, sq. 
Jehovah's land, Ezekiel, 322- 

34i- 

the promised land, Joshua, 52. 

PALEY, William, Acts II., 291, 

360; I. Corinthians, 352; John 

Epistles, 181, 182. 

on Divine goodness, Job, 53. 

PALGRAVE, W. G., quoted, Job, 

20, 197. 
PALLADIUS, Peter, xiii. 
PALMER, William, Acts I., 237. 
PAMPHILIUS, James, 6, 7. 
PANGAEUS, Mount, Acts II., 276. 
PANTAENUS, Acts I., 400. 
PAPAL, infallibility, Acts II., 

230. 
Rise of, supremacy, Acts II., 

144. 
PAPHOS, Acts II., 197, 201. 
PAPIAS, Acts I., 80; Peter, v. 
PARABLE, of Nathan, II. Samuel, 

173- 
Use of the word, Hebrews, 

228. 
PARABLES, of Balaam, Numbers, 

292, 300, 305. 

of the vine, Psalms II., 409. 

of the vineyard, Isaiah I., 38- 

47. 



PARABLES OF CHRIST, Mat- 
thew, 173-185; Mark, 105- 
129. 

The corn of wheat, John II., 

29-43- 
The final separation, Matthew, 

366-375. 
The Good Samaritan, Luke, 

294-305- 
The good shepherd, John I., 

319-334- 
■ The hid treasure, Matthew, 

184. 
The husbandman, Matthew, 

311-314; Mark, 318-325; 

John I., 26. 
The lamp and stand, Mark, 

118-121. 
The marriage feast, Matthew, 

315-322. 
The mustard seed, Matthew, 

183; Mark, 126-129. 

The net, Matthew, 184. 

of judgment, Matthew, 349- 

375- 
of the lost and found, Luke, 

317-335- 

Principle of parabolic instruc- 
tion, Matthew, i75-i8i;Mark, 
105-109. 

The prodigal son, Luke, 322- 

335- 
Rich man and Lazarus, Luke, 

359- 

The seed growing secretly, 

Mark, 121-125. 



236 



PARABLES OF CHRIST— PATRIOTISM 



PARABLES OF CHRIST, The 

servant and the household, 

Matthew, 349-352. 
The sower, Matthew, 176-17S, 

181 -1S3; Mark, 109-11S; 

Luke, 225-240. 
The talents, Matthew, 357- 

365- 

The two sons, Matthew, 310. 

The unjust judge, Luke, 1S7. 

188. 
The vine and the branches, 

John II., 173-190. 
The virgins, Matthew, 3^3- 

357- 

PARDON and restoration, Num- 
bers, 171. 

PARENTS, Disobedience to, II. 
Samuel, 2-j^. 

duty to children, Leviticus, 

326; Deuteronomy, 84; Prov- 
erbs, 303-313; Colossians, 
340-345. 

honoured, Exodus, 312. 

PARTY Shibboleths. Judges, 262. 

PASSOVER, The, Numbers, 351; 
Hebrews, 320. 

celebrated at the Jordan, 

Joshua, 121-122. 

celebrated by Hezekiah,Chron- 

icles, 434-438. 

Christ keeps, Matthew, 386- 

395- 

Feast of, Leviticus, 455-458. 

instituted, Exodus, 1 71-193. 

Little, Numbers, 84, 86. 

PASTORAL EPISTLES, Authen- 
ticity of the, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 4-16, 33, 52, 55, i63> 
169, 294, 295, 312, 322,404, 
406-417. 



PASTORAL EPISTLES, Changes 
made by revisers, Pastoral 
Epistles. 32, 47. 59. 219. 26S. 
269, 2S5. 354- 3"i- 39i- 

Character of the, Pastoral 

Epistles, 3. 4. 15, 16, 201. 

309, 3i3- 

Doctrinal statement of the, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 259, 282. 

Genuineness of, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 4-16, 33, 52. 55, 163, 
169, 294, 295. 312, 322, 404, 
406, 417, 421. 

Phraseology of the, Pastoral 

Epistles, 3, 4, 15. 16, 201, 

309, 3^- 
PATARA. Paul at, Acts II., 424. 
PATIENCE, Greek words for, 

James, 291. 

in criticism, James, 299. 

in waiting, James, 289-295. 

of faith, Isaiah I., 165. 

of hope, Thessalonians, 

30-33- 

of Isaac, Genesis, 242. 

of Job, James, 295-301. 

of Joshua, Joshua, 29. 

Trust and, Psalms I., 361. 

Value of, Joshua, 156. 

PATMOS, John at, John Epistles, 

ii.; Revelation, 11. 
PATON, John G., Anecdote of, 

Proverbs, 215. 

Early life of, Proverbs. 54. 

PATRICK, St., Confessions, Acts 

I., 12. 

Family of, Acts I., 281. 

PATRIOTISM of Isaiah, Isaiah I., 

37- 

of Nehemiah, Ezra, 172. 

True, Ezra, 212, 213. 



PA TRIO TISM—PA UL 



237 



PATRIOTISM, A wrong kind of, 

Numbers, 319. 
PATTISON, Mark, James, 208. 
PAUL, St., Abraham's blessing, 

Galatians, 180-188. 
Absence and longing of, Thes- 

salonians, 99-116. 

Acts of, Acts I., 2. 

Anathema of, Galatians, 34- 

49. 
and church organization, Acts 

II., 216. 
and circumcision, Acts II., 225- 

228, 392, 435. 
and the curse of the law, Gala- 

tians, 188-195. 
and false brethren, Galatians, 

98-112. 
and the epistle to the Romans, 

Romans, 10. 
and the Galatians folly, Gala- 
tians, 163-179. 
and Gnosticism, Pastoral 

Epistles, 32-51. 

and Peter, Galatians, 93. 

and Peter, James and John, 

Galatians, 1 13-128. 
and the poor, I. Corinthians, 

387-399- 

and the primitive church, Gala- 
tians, 83-97. 

and the Roman see, Acts II., 

246. 

— — and the Sanhedrin, Acts II., 
23, 429, 442. 

and slaver}', Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 175-187. 

and Timothy, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 19-31. 

and Christian literature, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 224-236. 



PAUL, Apologia pro vita sua, 
Thessalonians, 69-82. 

appeals to lofty motives, II. 

Corinthians, 382. 

as a sower, Mark, 115, 116. 

asks for prayer, Romans, 416- 

420. 

at Caesarea, Acts II., 422-449. 

at Corinth, Acts II., 301-330; 

Romans, 5; I. Corinthians, 3, 
sq. 

at Ephesus, Acts II., 331-384. 

at Jerusalem, Galatians, 83- 

90. 

at Malta, Acts II., 450-471. 

at Miletus, Acts II., 405-421. 

at Patara, Acts II., 424. 

at Puteoli, Acts II., 465. 

at Sidon, Acts II., 461. 

at Thessalonica, Acts I., 37. 

at Troas, Acts II., 268, 392- 

406. 

at Tyre, Acts II., 425. 

Authentic writings of, Thessa- 
lonians, 395-399- 

Author of Ephesians, Gala- 
tians, 4-13. 

The bane and the antidote, 

Colossians, 185-198. 

Baptism of, Acts II., 72-77. 

Behaviour in Christian wor- 
ship, Pastoral Epistles, 94- 
103. 

belief in the resurrection and 

the incarnation, Pastoral 
Epistles, 353 363. 

thebestowment of grace, Ephe- 
sians, 34-49. 

Birthplace of, Acts II., 4. 

Bodily exercise and Godliness, 

Pastoral Epistles, 141-150. 



238 



PA UL—PA UL 



PAUL, The brand of Jesus, Gala- 

tians, 448-459. 
Burden-bearing, Galatians, 

390-404- 
Charge against controversy, 

Pastoral Epistles, 364- 

368. 
Charity and independence, 

Thessalonians, 1 51-168. 
Children of the light, Ephesians, 

321-335- 

Choice between living and dy- 
ing, Philippians, 65-76. 

Christ and the church, Ephe- 
sians, 366-379. 

— — The Christian family, Colossi- 
ans, 335-353- 

The Christian hope, II. Corin- 
thians, 173-185. 

The Christian household,Ephe- 

sians, 380-393. 

The Christian life, Pastoral 

Epistles, 343-35 2 - 

Christian life a race, Philip- 
pians, 259-280. 

The Christian ministry, Colos- 

sians, 132-150. 

Christian mysteries, II. Corin- 
thians, 47-58. 

Christian worth of labour, 

Thessalonians, 375-390. 

Christians, living epistles, II. 

Corinthians, 99-1 11. 

Christ's captive, II. Corin- 
thians, 84-98. 

Christ's spirit and human flesh, 

Galatians, 347-360. 

Church discipline, II. Corin- 
thians, 72-83. 

The church in Crete, Pastoral 

Epistles, 212-223. 



PAUL, The church's one founda- 
tion, II. Corinthians, 35-46. 

Commission of, Romans, 

411. 

Comprehension of Christ, 

Ephesians, 183-196. 

Concerning spiritual gifts, I. 

Corinthians, 273-291. 

Conclusion of Colossians, 

Colossians, 371-416. 

Conduct and the mystery of 

Godliness, Pastoral Epistles, 
141-150. 

Conversion of, Acts II., 22-47; 

Galatians, 53-82; Philippians, 
188-190; Thessalonians, 53- 
68. 

The covenant of promise, Gala- 
tians, 196-210. 

The cross the death of law, 

Colossians, 213-225. 

The Day of the Lord, Thessa- 
lonians, 185-200. 

The dead in Christ, Thessa- 
lonians, 169-184. 

Design of the law, Galatians, 

211-226. 

Discarded vices, Ephesians, 

290-304. 

dispute at Antioch, Acts II., 

247. 

Divine commission of, Gala- 
tians, 68-82. 

The divine panoply, Ephesians, 

410-424. 

Doctrine and, Ephesians, 305- 

320. 

Double reconciliation, Ephe- 
sians, 131-142. 

Duty of obedience to authority, 

Pastoral Epistles, 270-281. 



PA UL—PA UL 



239 



PAUL, Earth teaching heaven, 
Ephesians, 167-179. 

Effects of the peace, word and 

name of Christ, Colossians, 
320-334. 

Elements of worship, Pastoral 

Epistles, 82-93. 

Enemies of the cross, Philip- 

pians, 281-298. 

Entreaty of, Galatians, 272- 

285. 

Epistle to Philemon, Colos- 
sians, 415-493- 

Epistle to Titus, Pastoral 

Epistles, 199-306. 

The eternal purpose, Ephe- 
sians, 21-33. 

Exegesis of, Acts II., 18, 19, 

207. 

Faith born of despair, II. Cor- 
inthians, 23-34. 

False and true glorying, Gala- 
tians, 421-434. 

Family of, Acts II., 7. 

The far and near, Ephesians, 

120-130. 

The Father's gift through the 

Son, Colossians, 54-69. 

Final redemption, Ephesians, 

50-64. 

—Foes of the church, Ephesians, 
397-409. 

For the eyes of the heart, 

Ephesians, 65-78. 

forsaken by men but strong in 

the Lord, Pastoral Epistles, 
418-430. 

From death to life, Ephesians, 

95-108. 

The fruit of the spirit, Gala- 
tians, 375-389- 



PAUL, Fruits of liberality, II. 
Corinthians, 274-288. 

Gain of, alone of Godliness, 

Pastoral Epistles, 188-198. 

The garments of the renewed 

soul, Colossians, 305-319. 

■ Gifts and sacrifices, Philip- 

pians, 353-368. 

The glory of the Son, Colos- 
sians, 70-84. 

God's temple in humanity, 

Ephesians, 143-154. 

- — The Gospel denned, II. Corin- 
thians, 144-156. 

Gospel of, Galatians, 53-67. 

Grace of liberality, II. Corin- 
thians, 262-273. 

The great test of sincerity, 

Pastoral Epistles, 397-405. ~~ 

Greetings in the epistle to the 

Romans, Romans, 427. 

Growth of the church, Ephe- 
sians, 244-258. 

The heir's coming of age, Gala- 
tians, 242-265. 

—Heresy in the New Testament, 
Pastoral Epistles, 294-306. 

— -Hinderers and troublers, 
Galatians, 316-329. 

his account of faith, Hebrews, 

201. 

Hope as a motive power, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 259-269. 

How the Philippians should 

think about, Philippians, 45- 
64. 

Impeachment of the Jews, Thes- 

salonians, 83-98. 

Imprisonment of, Pastoral 

Epistles, 13, 24, 28, 362, 
401. 



240 



PA UL—PA UL 



PAUL, in Antioch-Pisidia, Acts II., 


PAUL, Moral condition of 


206-210; Galatians, 129-162. 


Slaves, Pastoral Epistles, 248- 


in Antioch-Syria, Acts II., 


258. 


15/"- 


Mutual intercession, Thessa- 


in Arabia, Acts II., 77-91; 


lonians, 359374- 


Galatians, 78-82. 


The new nature andnew life, 


in Athens, Acts II., 305-321. 


Colossians, 290-304. 


in Galatia, Acts II., 263. 


New Testament Puritanism, 


in Macedonia, Acts II., 271- 


II. Corinthians, 2^^-24^. 


300. 


New wine of the spirit, Ephe- 


Itinerancy of, Romans, 412- 


sians, 336-350. 


415. 


■ The new world, II. Corinthians, 


Jannes and Jambres and errors, 


198-209. 


Pastoral Epistles, 375-384. 


No confidence in the flesh, Phil- 


Joy in suffering, Colossians, 


ippians, 170-198. 


116-13*. 


Not yours but you, II. Corin- 


Knowing the unknowable, 


thians, 35 9-37 1. 


Ephesians, 197-209. 


on the atonement, Hebrews, 


Knowledge of Christ, Philip- 


224. 


pians, 199-216. 


on Christian morals, Ephe- 


—Language of, Acts II., 9. 


sians, 259-351. 


Liberalism of, Ezra, 70. 


on church life, Ephesians, 211- 


The Lord's compassion to, Pas- 


258. 


toral Epistles, 52-61. 


on comparisons, II. Corin- 


Love and prayers, Thessaloni- 


thians, 300-311. 


ans, 1 17-134. 


on family life, Ephesians, 351- 


Machinery of the primitive 


393- 


church, Pastoral Epistles, 331- 


on foolish boasting, II. Corin- 


342- 


thians, 325-341. 


The man of sin, Thessalonians, 


on the gift of love, I. Corin- 


305-322. 


thians, 293-308. 


Manner of, Hebrews, 29. 


on Godly jealousy, II. Corin- 


Martyrdom of, Acts II.,. 246. 


thians, 312-324. 


The measure of Christ's love, 


on going to law, I. Corinthians, 


II. Corinthians, 186-197. 


129-144. 


Measure of the gift of Christ, 


on liberty and love, I. Corin- 


Ephesians, 227-243. 


thians, 177-193. 


mind about the Philippians, 


on marriage, I. Corinthians, 


Philippians, 19-44. 


161-176. 


The mind of Christ, Philippians, 


on the ministry, I. Corinthians, 


95-I30. 


97-H2. 



PA UL—PA UL 



241 



PAUL, on ordination, Acts II., 


PAUL, The present Christian life a 


188-218. 


risen life, Colossians, 257-270. 


on the resurrection, I. Corin- 


Prophecies on Timothy, Pas- 


thians, 325-386. 


toral Epistles, 62-71. 


on spiritual gifts and public 


Punishment of Hymenaeus, 


worship, I. Corinthians, 309- 


Pastoral Epistles, 72-75. 


324- 


Purpose of reconciliation, 


on the support of the ministry, 


Colossians, 1 00-115. 


I. Corinthians, 195-209. 


quarrel with Barnabas, Acts II., 


on the use of the veil, I. Corin- 


248-251. 


thians, 241-257. 


Reconciliation,II. Corinthians, 


on war, II. Corinthians, 289- 


210-223. 


299. 


The reconciling Son, Colos- 


Origin of the Christian min- 


sians, 85-99. 


istry, Pastoral Epistles, 104- 


Regeneration, Pastoral Epis- 


117. 


tles, 282-293. 


Our city and our coming king, 


Repentance unto life, II. Corin- 


Philippians, 299-316. 


thians, 248-261. 


The pastor and women, Pas- 


The responsibilities of the pas- 


toral Epistles, 1 51-163. 


tor, Pastoral Epistles, 164- 


a pastor's heart, II. Corin 


174. 


thians, 59-71. 


Restraint and its removal, 


Peace and joy, Philippians, 


Thessalonians, 323-340. 


317-336. 


Results of the coming of faith, 


The perils of liberty, Galatians, 


Galatians, 227-241. 


333-346. 


Results of the imprisonment, 


Perils of redemption, Pastoral 


Philippians, 47. 


Epistles, 385-396- 


Resurrection life and daily dy- 


Personal details, Pastoral 


ing, Philippians, 237-258. 


Epistles, 406-417. 


Return to bondage, Galatians, 


Personal history, Galatians, 


257-271. 


53-164. 


Righteousness of faith, Philip- 


Personal purity, Thessaloni- 


pians, 217-236. 


ans, 135150. 


Ritual and character, Gala- 


——Personality of Satan, Pastoral 


tians, 435-447- 


Epistles, 77-81. 


Rulers and ruled, Thessaloni- 


Portrait of, Acts II., 51. 


ans, 201-216. 


Prayer for the Colossians, 


Saved for an end, Ephesians, 


Colossians, 38-53. 


109-119. 


Precepts for the innermost life, 


Second marriage, Pastoral 


Colossians, 354-370. 


Epistles, 1 18-129. 



242 



PA UL—PA USANIUS 



PAUL, Second Roman imprison- 
ment of, Pastoral Epistles, 13, 
28, 362, 401. 

Second epistle to Timothy, 

Pastoral Epistles, 307-430. 

Second tour of, Acts II., 245- 

470. 

Secret of the ages, Ephesians, 

155-166. 

Shall the Galatians be circum- 
cised? Galatians, 302-315. 

The signs of an apostle, II. 

Corinthians, 224-236. 

Signs of election, Thessa- 

lonians, 37-52. 

— -Slaying self, Colossians, 271- 
289. 

Sobermindedness, Pastoral 

Epistles, 237-247. 

Sowing and reaping,Galatians, 

405-418. 

-^Speech at Apostolic Council, 
Acts II., 241. 

The spirit, Thessalonians, 233- 

250. 

■ Standing orders of the Gospel, 

Thessalonians, 217-232. 

Story of Hagar, Galatians, 

286-301. 

Strength and weakness, II. 

Corinthians, 342-258. 

striving for the Colossians, 

Colossians, 1 51-167. 

Suffering and consolation of, 

II. Corinthians, 10-22. 

Suffering and glory, Thessa- 
lonians, 289-304. 

The Thanksgiving, Thessaloni- 
ans, 21-36. 

Theology of, Thessalonians, 

34I-358- 



PAUL, The things to fix upon, 
Philippians, 337-352. 

thorn in the flesh, Acts II., 49, 

296. 

Trade of, Acts II., 10, 348. 

The transfiguring spirit, II. 

Corinthians, 127-143. 

The true circumcision, Colos- 
sians, 199-212. 

Transition to Polemics, Colos- 
sians, 168-184. 

The two covenants, II. Corin- 
thians, 1 1 2-1 26. 

Two final tests of false teach- 
ing, Colossians, 242-256. 

Two human types, Ephesians, 

275-289. 

— — Undaunted and united stead- 
fastness, Philippians, 77-94. 

Use of the race course illus- 
trated, I. Corinthians, 211- 
226. 

The victory of faith, II. Corin- 
thians, 157-172. 

— — voyage to Rome, Acts II., 
450-471. 

warnings against some chief 

errors, Colossians, 226-241. 

What God wrought in the 

Christ, Ephesians, 81-94. 

Working and shining, Philip- 
pians, 131-156. 

Works of the flesh, Galatians, 

36i-374- 

PAUL III., Pope, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 50. 

PAULINUS OF NOLA, Acts II., 

369- 
PAUPERISM, Proverbs, 290. 
PAUSANIUS, Acts II., 305, 308, 

312, 363, 365- 



PEA CE— PERSONA LITY 



243 



PEACE, and grace, Ephesians, 

435;Philippians, 15, i6;Colos- 

sians, 17-20; Thessalonians, 

15-17, 278, 279. 

and joy, Philippians, 317-336. 

The bequest of, John II., .157- 

171. 

Divine, Numbers, 70. 

for the justified, Romans, 128- 

138, 140. 
a fruit of the spirit, Galatians, 

383. 
The God of, Thessalonians, 251, 

252. 
has brief annals, Joshua, 

247. 

Meaning of, Romans, 22. 

of Christ, Colossians, 321- 

325; Thessalonians, 391-394. 
PEACE OFFERING, Exodus, 4 i4; 

Leviticus, 82-108. 
PEDANIUS SECUNDUS, Pastoral 

Epistles, 179. 
PEKAH, King of Israel, II. Kings, 

227-234; Isaiah I., 103. 
PEKAHIAH, King of Israel, II. 

Kings, 226, 227. 
PELAGIUS, James, 307. 
PENAL SANCTIONS, Leviticus, 

418-431. 
PENIEL, Jacob at, Genesis, 293- 

306; Exodus, 7. 
PENINNAH, I. Samuel, 3, 7-9. 
PENTATEUCH, Ezekiel and the, 

Ezekiel, 396-403. 
Testimony of Christ to the, 

Leviticus, 9. 
PENTECOST, and the Christian 

church, Ezra, 10. 
The blessing of, Acts I., 82- 

106. 



PENTECOST, Feast of the, Levit- 
icus, 459-460; Numbers, 354. 

First fruits of, Acts I., 127- 

147. 

PENUEL and Gideon, Judges, 190. 

PEOPLE, The, ultimately respon- 
sible, Isaiah I., 119, 198, 224. 

PEOR, Numbers, 305. 

PERAEA, Last days of Christ in, 
Matthew, 267-285. 

PERATH, The river, Jeremiah I., 
289. 

PEREGRINUS PROTEUS, Acts I., 
278. 

PERFECTION, Christian, Philip- 
pians, 270. 

PERGA, Acts II., 197, 201, 364. 

PERGAMUM, Church at, Revela- 
tion, 49-52. 

PERJURY, Matthew, 75. 

PEROWNE, J. J. S., Psalms II., 
420; III., 16, 29, 31, 233, 240, 
3i9> S7 2 > 42i, 457; Ecclesias- 
tes, 14, 113, 134. 

PERSECUTION OF THE 
CHURCH, Pastoral Epistles, 

54, 275- 
The first, Acts I., 173-192; II., 

192. 
PERSIANS, Israel under the, 

Twelve Prophets II., 187-197. 
PERSEVERANCE, Joshua, 190. 
of spiritual enemies, Judges, 

316. 
PERSONAL RIGHTS, Exodus, 

339-345- 

PERSONALITY, behind phe- 
nomena, Romans, 43. 

Greatness of Christ's, He- 
brews, 120. 

Importance of, in Job, Job, 12. 



244 



PERSONALITY— PETER, ST., TEACHING 



PERSONALITY, of God, Hebrews, 

208. 
PERSONS, Worldly respect of, 

James, 1 19-123. 
PESHITTO VERSION, Pastoral 

Epistles, 6; James, 21, 30, 

368. 
PESSIMISM, Judges, 230; Job, 39; 

Ecclesiastes, 34. 
PETER, St., Acts of, Acts I., 2. 
and Christ at Galilee, John 

II-, 387- 
—and Simon Magus, Acts I., 

35;. 384-397- 
and the washing of feet, John 

II., 82. 
at Antioch, Galatians, 129- 

162. 

at Lydda, Acts I., 322-345. 

at the tomb of Christ, John 

II., 352- 

at the transfiguration, Mat- 
thew, 238. 

attempts to walk upon the 

water, Matthew, 199-201. 

Call of, Luke, 173; John I., 

62-64. 

—Character of, Mark, 8 1 ; Acts 
I., 71. 

Death of John and, John Epis- 
tles, 10. 

Declaration of, John I., 227- 

237- 
Denial by, Matthew, 410-412; 

Luke, 384-387; J ohn !!•> 2 79- 

293- 

Fall of, Mark, 413-417. 

First miracle of, Acts I., 148- 

172. 
First sermon of, Acts I., 107- 

126. 



PETER, in Gethsemane, Luke, 

373- 

in prison, Acts II., 174-182. 

on Baptism, Acts II., 140. 

on the resurrection, Acts II., 

*33- 
Party of in Corinth, Romans, 

35- 

Paul and, Galatians, 93, 126. 

Prophecy relating to, John II., 

413-418. 
reproved, Matthew, 228-230; 

Mark, 221-227; Luke, 219- 

223. 
Restoration of, John II., 397- 

410. 
the rock, Matthew, 224; Luke, 

157- 
Sermon at Caesarea, Acts II., 

131-141. 

the spokesman, Acts I., 71-75. 

vision at Joppa, Acts II., 115- 

141. 

Warning to, Mark, 383-388. 

Writings of James and, James, 

59, 60, 85, 217, 256, 353. 
PETER, ST., TEACHING, Alto- 
gether become abominable, 

Peter, 313-324. 
As were the days of Noah, 

Peter, 325-334. 
Be ye steadfast, unmovable, 

Peter, 365-374. 
The believers double joy, Peter, 

177-188. 
— ■ — Bless and blessed, Peter, 119- 

132. 
By their fruits ye shall know 

them, Peter, 297-312. 
Christian brotherhood, Peter, 

55-68. 



PETER— I. PETER II. 



245 



PETER, Christian service, Peter, 

95-106. 
Christian service for God's 

glory, Peter, 163-176. 
Christian wives and husbands, 

Peter, 107-118. 
Christians as pilgrims, Peter, 

83-94- 
The Christian ideal, Peter, 41- 

54- 
Clothed with humility, Peter, 

213-222. 
The heavenly inheritance, 

Peter, 17-28. 
How to tend the flock, Peter, 

201-212. 
Judgment to come, Peter, 335- 

344- 
The lamp shining in a dark 

place, Peter, 271-282. 
Lessons of suffering, Peter, 149- 

162. 
The Lord is not slack, Peter, 

345-354- 
The Lord knoweth how 

to deliver, Peter, 283- 

296. 
Plan of Redemption, Peter, 29- 

40. 
Priesthood of believers, Peter, 

69-82. 
Rewards of suffering for well 

doing, Peter, 133-148. 
The righteous have judgment 

here, Peter, 189-200. 
The saving knowledge of God, 

Peter, 235-244. 
Through perils to victory, 

Peter, 223-234. 
The Trinity and man's salva- 
tion, Peter, 3-16. 



PETER, The voice in the Holy 
Mount, Peter, 257-270. 

What manner of person ought 

ye to be? Peter, 355-364. 

Who shall ascend into the hill 

of the Lord? Peter, 245-256. 

PETER, St., Epistle of, Introduc- 
tion, Peter, v-xix. 

I. PETER I., 2, Leviticus, 142; 
Romans, 237, 267. 

3, 4, John Epistles, 248. 

4, 5, Leviticus, 514; Ephe- 

sians, 160. 

5, Romans, 269; James, 279. 

- — 6, Revelation, 49. 

6, 7, James, 59, 65; Revela- 
tion, 49. 

7, 13, Galatians, 57. 

8, Revelation, 102, 371. 

9, 22, John Epistles, 309. 

10-12, Leviticus, 24; Jeremiah 

II., 257; Daniel, 102. 

11, Exodus, 362; Romans, 18; 

Revelation, 80. 

12, Exodus, 174; Ephesians, 

I 73i James, 107; Revelation, 

83- 
—15-19, Leviticus, 417; Ephe- 
sians, 146; Pastoral Epistles, 

97- 

17, Leviticus, 247. 

19, Isaiah II., 287; John, 114; 

Revelation, 244. 

18-20, Leviticus, 34. 

20, Romans, 237; Ephesians, 

45; James, 446. 

24, James, 59, 85. 

25, John Epistles, 154. 

I. PETER II., 5, Leviticus, 139, 
186, 215; I. Kings, 216; Ro- 
mans, 410. 



246 



I. PETER II.— II. PETER III. 



I. PETER II., 6, 8, Revelation, 
68. 

9, James, 44. 

9, 10, Ephesians, 60; James, 

379- 

10, Twelve Prophets I., 235. 

11, James, 217. 

13, James, 257. 

17, Galatians, 386. 

22, 23, Isaiah II., 287. 

23, Mark, 411. 

24, Song of Solomon, 318; 

Luke, 292; Galatians, 454. 

25, Ephesians, 239. 

I. PETER III., 1, James, 206. 

3, 4, Pastoral Epistles, 100. 

6, Galatians, 294. 

15, Luke, 245. 

18, Isaiah II., 287; Pastoral 

Epistles, 137. 

19, Pastoral Epistles, 327. 

20-22, Genesis, 65, 66; He- 
brews, 215. 

21, Ephesians, 373- 

I. PETER IV., 1, Philippians, 283, 

3, 4, Galatians, 372 ; Ephesians, 

262. 

8, Song of Solomon, 333; 

James, 353. 

— -11, Galatians, 402; Philip- 
pians, 284; James, 466, 467. 

13, James, 466. 

14, James, 115. 

17, James, 168. 

18, Chronicles, 448. 

19, Romans, 368; Galatians, 

418. 

I. PETER V., 1, Galatians, 256; 
Ephesians, 239; John Epis- 
tles, 292. 

2, Romans, 277. 



I. PETER V., 4, James, 89. 

8, Pastoral Epistles, 78. 

9, James, 249. 

10, Galatians, 30; Ephesians, 

146. 
12, John Epistles, 173. 

II. PETER I., 1, 18.. >mes, 
16. 

2, Romans, 330. 

8, James, 156. 

11, Psalms III., 302. 

13-iS) John Epistles, 8. 

15, Psalms III., 302; Mark, 

232. 

16, James, 104; John Epis- 
tles, 211. 

17, James, 115. 

18, Luke, 283. 

II. PETER II., 1, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 297. 

3, James, 168. 

4, Revelation, 206. 

7, James, 32. 

9, John Epistles, 211. 

10, John Epistles, 120. 

10-22, Pastoral Epistles, 48. 

n-25, John Epistles, 309. 

18-22, Ephesians, 262. 

II. PETER III., 2, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 377. 

3, James, 447. 

412, John Epistles, 211. 

7, John Epistles, 211. 

10, Leviticus, 364; Jeremiah 

I., 239; Hebrews, 308; Revela- 
tion, 354. 

12, James, 457. 

13, Revelation, 190, 354. 

15, John Epistles, 173. 

17, Galatians, 309. 

18, Romans, 329. 



PETHOR—PHILIPPIANS I. 



247 



PETHOR, Numbers, 261; Judges, 


PHILEMON, 16, Ephesians, 388. 


70. 


19, Galatians, 423. 


PETRIE, W. M. F., Tara, Acts II., 


22, Ephesians, 432. 


37- 


PHILEMON AND BAUCIS, Story 


PETRONIUS, Acts II., 95 ; James, 


of, Acts II., 213. 


349- 


PHILETUS, Pastoral Epistles, 


PFITZNER, W., Acts II., 104. 


373- 


PFLEIDERER, Otto, Isaiah II., 


PHILIP, The deacon, Acts, 350- 


127; Galatians, 101, 158; 


356. 


Ephesians, 4; Philippians, 


and the Eunuch, Acts I., 398- 


217; Pastoral Epistles, 8, 10, 


419. 


11, 217. 


PHILIP, Mark, 86; John I., 32, 


PHALERUM, Acts II., 303. 


138; Acts II., 143, 426. 


PHANTOMS, Hebrews, 203, 241. 


PHILIP OF SIDE, James, 325. 


PHARAOH, Hardening of the heart 


PHILIPPI, The city, Acts II., 274. 


of, Exodus, 1 1 2-1 2 1. 


The Gospel at, Acts II., 143, 


of the Exodus, Exodus, 89- 


426. 


215. 


Paul at, Philippians, 4. 


of the oppression, Exodus, 22, 


PHILIPPIANS, The people, How 


sq. 


they should think about Paul, 


PHARAOH-HOPHRA, Jeremiah 


Philippians, 45 64. 


II., 148, 149, 228; Ezekiel, 


Paul's mind about the, Philip- 


280, 281. 


pians, 19-44. 


PHARAOH-NECHO, II. Kings, 


PHILIPPIANS, The Epistle, and 


414, 4 2 3- 


Colossians, Colossians, 1. 


PHARISAISM, Judges, 39, 356; 


Introductory, Philippians, 3- 


Job, 377; Hebrews, 235. 


18. 


PHARISEES, Matthew, 215, 327; 


PHILIPPIANS I., 1, Acts II., 416. 


Acts II., 33. 


3-7, Galatians, 408; Ephe- 


Leaven of the, Mark, 208-212. 


sians, 282. 


PHILADELPHIA, Church in, 


5, 12, Romans, 25. 


Revelation, 40, 58-61. 


6, Galatians, 318'; Ephesians, 


PHILANTHROPY, Numbers, 373. 


115. 


and faith, Matthew, 373. 


7, Romans, 18. 


PHILEMON, The Epistle to, 


8, Ephesians, no; James, 307. 


(bound with Colossians). 


10, James, 206. 


to a private Christian, Colos- 


11, James, 56. 


sians, 417. 


12-14, Ephesians, 214; Pas- 


PHILEMON, 8, Ephesians, 430. 


toral Epistles, 362. 


• 9, Ephesians, 13. 


13, Ephesians, 13, 431. 


■ 12, Mark, 376. 


14, Romans, 346. 



248 



PHILIPPIANS I.— PHILIPPIANS IV 



PHILIPPIANS I., i 5) Romans, 


PHILIPPIANS II., 27, James, 


393- 


33o. 


1 6, Galatians, 147. 


PHILIPPIANS III., 1, Galatians, 


20, Ephesians, 430. 


329; Ephesians, 397. 


21, Proverbs, 359; II. Corin- 


2, Galatians, 109; Ephesians, 


thians, 183. 


~,2, 276; Revelation, 384. 


23, Galatians, 256; Peter, 154; 


3, Leviticus, 317; II. Corin- 


Hebrews, 296. 


thians, 338; Galatians, 424. 


24-26, Ephesians, 432. 


4, 5, Galatians, 63, 235. 


25, Acts II., 411; Ephesians, 


5, Joshua, 319. 


428. 


6, Acts II., 26; Pastoral Epis- 


27-30, Ephesians, 410; Colos- 


tles, 55; James, 126. 


sians, 43. 


7, Peter, 209. 


28-30, Galatians, 177. 


■ 9, Galatians, 185; Revelation, 


29. Peter, 191. 


369- 


PHILIPPIANS II., 1, Ephesians, 


10, Galatians, 359; Ephesians, 


no. 


86. 


1-8, Galatians, 397. 


12, Romans, IS. 


2-5, Romans, 400. 


13, 14, Ephesians, 115. 


3, James, 199. 


16, Galatians, 348; James, 


5, II. Corinthians, 268. 


198. 


— — 6-9, Leviticus. •,-■. Psalms III., 


18, Romans, 278. 


192; Galatians, 250; Ephe- 


20, Romans, 364; Galatians, 


sians, 93. 


160, 310; Ephesians, 25, 87, 


7, Mark, 353; Ephesians. 389. 


115, 262, 408. 


8, Leviticus, 230; Galatians, 


20, James, 239; Revelation, 


109. 


370- 


9-12, Ephesians, 47. 


21, Romans, 15, Peter, 112. 


10, Ephesians, 89. 


PHILIPPIANS IV., 1, Ephesians, 


12, Ephesians, 61, 390. 


410. 


13, Ephesians, 341. 


5, Thessalonians, 175; Pas- 


14, James, 123. 


toral Epistles, 428; Peter, 163. 


15, 16, Romans, 346; Gala- 


6, 7, Mark, 35. 


tians, 354. 


7, Mark, 3. 


18, Galatians, 250. 


S, Ezra, 115; Galatians, 376; 


20, Thessalonians, 8. 


Ephesians, 323. 


24, Acts II., 411. 


10, 16, Leviticus, 179. 


25, Pastoral Epistles, 345. 


13, Ephesians. 398; Pastoral 


25, 30, II. Corinthians, 284; 


Epistles, 424. 


Ephesians, 239. 


15, 16, Thessalonians, 5. 


26, Romans, 27. 


22, Romans, 22, 424. 



PHILISTINES— PLOTINUS 



249 



PHILISTINES, Isaiah I., 94, 272, 


PHOENICIANS, Judges, 63, 64; 


283. 


Isaiah I., 94, 96, 288, sq. ; 


and Amos, Twelve Prophets I., 


Ezekiel, 230-259. 


125, 126. 


PHOENIX, Job, 324. 


and Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 228, 229. 


PHOTIUS, Acts I., vi; II., 263. 


and the prophecies of Jere- 


PHYGELUS, Pastoral Epistles, 


miah, Jeremiah II., 230-233. 


3*9, 323- 


and Samson, Judges, 294, sq. 


PIETY, Daring, Job, 133. 


Art among the, I. Samuel, 73- 


of Christ, Hebrews, 77. 


84. 


PILATE, Acts II., 30. 


capture the ark, I. Samuel, 61- 


Christ before, Matthew, 416- 


72. 


420; Mark, 418-424; Luke, 


David and Goliath, I. Samuel, 


39Q-395- 


278-291. 


PILGRIMS, Christians as, Peter, 


David wars with the, II. Sam- 


83-94- 


uel, 79-83, in, 112. 


PIRKE ABOTH, Daniel, 90. 


defeat Saul, I. Samuel, 431. 


PISGAH, Numbers, 299. 


dismay Saul, I. Samuel, 405. 


PLAGUES, The, Exodus, 121- 


invade Israel, I. Samuel, 93, 


170; Psalms III., 134-135. 


208. 


PLATO, Twelve Prophets I., 12; 


partially conquered, Judges, 


John I., 6; II. Corinthians, 


26, 62. 


318; Ephesians, 266; Pastoral 


subdued, I. Samuel, 97-108. 


Epistles, 178, 240, 241; He- 


PHILO, Acts I., 30; II., 14, 19. 


brews, 222; James, 67, 103, 


23, 96, 307; II. Corinthians, 


218. 


138; Hebrews, 15, 85, 102, 


and John, I. Corinthians, 54; 


115, 216; James, so, 52, 


John Epistles, 217, 275. 


145- 


on the future life, Numbers, 5. 


on the character of Pilate, 


PLAUTUS, Ephesians, 303. 


John II., 310, 311. 


PLEASURE, Highest good not in, 


PHILOSOPHY and Christianity, 


Ecclesiastes, 133-141, 234- 


I. Corinthians, 59. 


237- 


PHILOSTRATUS, Life of Appolo- 


Innocent, Ecclesiastes, 175. 


nius, Acts II., 312. 


PLINY, The Elder, Natural his- 


PHINEHAS, accompanies the 


tory, Acts II., 199; Pastoral 


army, Numbers, 365. 


Epistles, 379, 380. 


deals with the two and a half 


PLINY, The younger, Letters, Acts 


tribes, Joshua, 373-375- 


I., 108, 180, 274, 276; II., 28, 


Zeal of, Numbers, 315. 


35, 266, 383; Pastoral Epis- 


PHOEBE, Acts II., 332; Romans, 


tles, 83, 134. 


2, 422, 423. 


PLOTINUS, Colossians, 298. 



250 



PL UMPTRE—PRA YER 



PLUMPTRE, E. H., Ecclesiastes, 
I3> r 4, 97. IS 1 ! Isaiah I., 
182; James, 32, 349, 399. 

PLUTARCH, James, 163; John 
Epistles, 136. 

PLYMOUTH BRETHREN, Acts 
I., 133, 198, 382. 

POLICE, Roman, Acts II., 216. 

POLITARCHS, Acts II., 300. 

POLYCARP, Acts I., 3, 14, 274; 
II., 367, 446; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, s, 338 ; James, 307 ; Peter, 
330; John Epistles, 12, 44, 65. 

POLYCRATES, John Epistles, 12. 

POLYGAMY, among the Hebrews, 
Genesis, 7. 

Deuteronomy, 95, Judges, 21, 

3Si- 
of David, II. Samuel, 40; I. 

Kings, 73. 
Pastoral Epistles, 119; Peter, 

v. 

Results of, Leviticus, 382. 

POLYTHEISM, Isaiah I., 99, 107. 
POMEGRANATES of high priests 

robe, Leviticus, 195. 
POMPEII, Acts II., 466. 
POOR, The, Proverbs, 43, 141, 

143, 176; Isaiah I., 428-443. 
Care of, Leviticus, 395 ; I. 

Corinthians, 387-399. 

Gospel to, Peter, 95. 

Micah the prophet of, Twelve 

Prophets, 386-399. 
Rich and, Joshua, 75; James, 

124-132. 
Treatment of, Proverbs, 288- 

302. 
POPE, Alexander, Galatians, 445. 
POPULARITY of Absalom, II. 

Samuel, 220. 



PORK, Use of, Acts II., 128. 
PORPHYRY, Daniel, 86. 
"POSITIVE EVIL," Job, 77. 
POSITIVISM, Proverbs, 378; 

Isaiah II., 203, 294; James, 

92-94. 
POSSESSIONS, Numbers, 325. 
POSTAL SERVICE UNDER THE 

ROMANS, Acts II., 272. 
POTHINUS, Acts I., 9. 
POTIPHAR, Genesis, 343. 
POVERTY, Disadvantages of, 

Proverbs, 138-140. 

of spirit, Job, 196. 

POWER, and service, Isaiah II., 

310-312. 
of God, Psalms II., 466, 494; 

III., 437- 
of the Holy Ghost, Thessaloni- 

ans, 40-49. 

of Jesus, Luke, 267. 

a test of character, Genesis, 

125- 

POWERSCOURT, Lady, Letters 

and papers of, Acts I., 198. 
PRAISE, Psalms III., 459; Ephe- 

sians, 21-26, 203. 

and music, I. Kings, 196-198. 

PRAYER, Acts II.. 66. 

and answer, Psalms I., 40, 44; 

II., 248. 
and remonstrance, Psalms II., 

501. 

and victory, Psalms II., 154. 

and waiting, Psalms II., 456. 

answered without a miracle, I. 

Samuel, 100. 
Answers to, Joshua, 361; 

Judges, 143; I. Samuel, 16-18. 
before battle, Psalms I., 197- 

200. 



PR A YER—PRE-EXISTENCE OF CHRIST 



251 



PRAYER, Call to, Song of Solo- 


PRAYER, of Moses, Exodus, 432- 


mon, 168-179. 


436- 


Cautions about, Matthew, 82- 


of Nehemiah, Ezra, 174-197, 


8.3- 


243> 349- 


Christ's intercessory, John II., 


of Paul for the Colossians, 


243-260. 


Colossians, 38-53. 


Christ's teaching on, Luke, 177- 


Right use of, Joshua, 124. 


194. 


Saint Paul asks for, Romans, 


deprofundis, Song of Solomon, 


416-420. 


253- 2 64- 


Spirit of, in the saints, Ro- 


Delays in the answer of, Exo- 


mans, 231-243. 


dus, 97. 


The trading spirit in, Genesis, 


Exhortation, Colossians, 355- 


180. 


361. 


True, I. Samuel, 99. 


Extempore, Pastoral Epistles, 


Unceasing, Thessalonians, 


96. 


222 225. 


for Philemon, Colossians, 439- 


without understanding, Gene- 


444- 


sis, 178. 


for rain, James, 344-349. 


PRAYERS FOR THE DEAD, Pas- 


for three needs, Psalms I., 242. 


toral Epistles, 325-330. 


Grounds of, Psalms I., 31. 


PREACHING, Aim of, Colossians, 


in Christ's name, John II., 149. 


144-150. 


Intercessory, I. Samuel, 95, 


Decline of, Acts II., 409. 


203; Romans, 3. 


Demands for better, Colos- 


The instinct of, Jeremiah I., 


sians, 138. 


324-33I- 


Foolishness of, I. Corinthians, 


Love and, Thessalonians, 117- 


4761. 


134- 


Methods of, Colossians, 139- 


Lusts and, James, 223-225. 


144. 


Mutual intercession, Thessa- 


Self-consciousness in, Thessa- 


lonians, 359-374- 


lonians, 38. 


Necessity for, Matthew, 248. 


the word, Isaiah I., 82, 83. 


—Necessity of, Judges, 142. 


PREDESTINATION, Romans, 


of Abraham for Sodom, Gene- 


238; James, 397. 


sis, 178. 


PREDICTION, Jehovah's claim 


of David, II. Samuel, 106. 


to, Isaiah II., 120, 208. 


of faith, Psalms I., 28; II., 


New things, Isaiah II., 206. 


375- 


the rishonoth, Isaiah II., 


of Jacob, Genesis, 297. 


206. 


of Lot, Genesis, 183. 


PRE-EXISTENCE OF CHRIST, 


of love, Colossians, 395-397- 


Hebrews, 126, sq., 248. 



252 PREPARING HEART— PROCULUS TORPACION 



PREPARING THE HEART, I. 


PRIESTHOOD, Regulation of the, 


Samuel, 90; Matthew, iy. 


Deuteronomy, 307-333. 


PRESBYTERS, See ELDERS. 


Representative character of 


PRESUMPTION about the future, 


the, Chronicles, 231. 


James, 262. 


Support of the, Numbers, 215. 


PRICE, Has each man his? Num- 


PRIESTHOOD OF ALL BELIEV- 


bers, 2SS; II. Samuel, 4. 


ERS, Leviticus, 215; Peter, 69- 


PRIDE, Proverbs, 89, 179-190, 


82. 


210. 


PRIESTLY CODE, The, Leviticus, 


Fall of Israel, Jeremiah I.. 280- 


12; Numbers, 6, 12, 314, 317, 


299. 


363. 36S; Deuteronomy, 9, 19, 


PRIEST, in the time of Solomon, 


23-25, 2y, 28; I. Kings, 191; 


I. Kings. 141. 


Ezekiel, 402, 434, 443. 


of Chronicles. Chronicles, 221- 


PRIESTS OF THE HEBREWS, 


239- 


Anointing of the, Leviticus, 


Place of, Numbers, 340. 363. 


201. 


PRIESTHOOD, Numbers, 29. 


as types, Leviticus, 184. 


Aaronic, Numbers, 212. 


Investiture of the, Leviticus, 


and sacrifice, Philippians, 150. 


191. 


151. 


The law of holiness of the, 


as judges, II. Kings, 247. 


Leviticus, 432-446. 


Consecration of the, Numbers, 


lead across the Jordan, Joshua, 


3,2- 


108. 


the foundation of Christ's 


Portions for the, Leviticus, 


power, Hebrews, 43. 


175-180. 


Garments of Hebrew, Exodus, 


PRIMOGENITURE, Numbers, 35. 


400-402. 


PRINCES, Offering of the, Num- 


■ Gideon's desire for, Judges, 198. 


bers. 73. 


Human, Numbers, 208. 


PRION, Mount, Acts II., 263. 


Idea of, Pastoral Epistles, 


PRISCA, Pastoral Epistles, 413, 


117. 


414. 


instituted, Exodus, 368, 403- 


PRISONS, Deuteronomy, 390. 


408. 


PROBABALISM. James, 272,273. 


of Christ, Numbers, 203. 


PROBATION, after death, He- 


of Christ on earth, Hebrews, 


brews, 167. 


169. 


a necessity of life, Job, 63. 


of Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 424-446. 


PROCHORUS,'john Epistles, 7. 35. 


of knowledge, Twelve Prophets 


PROCTOR, Francis, Book of Com- 


II., 360-363. 


mon Prayer, Acts II., 336. 


of the Temple, I. Kings, 198- 


PROCULUS TORPACION, James, 


201. 


330. 



PROFESSION— PROP HE TS 



253 



PROFESSION, not enough, Levit- 
icus, 415. 

PROFESSION of religion and true 
spirituality, Genesis, 34. 

PROHIBITION, Principles of, 
Leviticus, 405. 

PROMISED LAND, Exodus, 52. 

Extent of the, Joshua, 54. 

PROMISES OF GOD, and oath of 
God, Hebrews, 104. 

• — —believed by Patriarchs, Exo- 
dus, 11. 

do not fail, Joshua, 353-364. 

do not shrivel, Genesis, 237. 

implies a threatening, He- 
brews, 58. 

- — —of his coming, Joshua, 241. 

— —of the Covenant, Leviticus, 

5I9-52I- 
PROPERTY, Ethics of, Exodus, 

322. 
Rights of, Exodus, 345-347; 

Deuteronomy, 356-359. 
PROPHECY, Romans, 269-281; 

Thessalonians, 238-247. 
and the book of Daniel, Dan- 
iel, 80-82. 
and its abuses, Ezekiel, 112- 

125. 
and martyrdom, Isaiah II., 

328. 
- — how defective, Hebrews, 5. 
in.the exile, Isaiah II., 61, 62, 

100. 
its power of vision, Isaiah I., 

23-25. 
its service to religion, Isaiah 

I., 100. 

Mission of, Ezra, 72-82. 

of Christ on the Mount of 

Olives, Matthew, 339-375. 



PROPHECY, on Timothy, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 62-64. 

Source of, Peter, 277-279. 

Uniqueness of Hebrew, Isaiah 

II., 248, 321. 

Unity of, Jeremiah I., 64. 

PROPHESYING, False, Numbers, 

133- 

of the seventy, Numbers, 130. 

Oracle regarding, Numbers, 

142. 
PROPHET, and Martyr, Isaiah 

II., 313-335- 

a critic, Job, 246. 

• Fallibility of, Jeremiah II., 

93- 

Fate of the, I. Kings, 420. 

Meanings of the term, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 65. 

of Chronicles, Chronicles, 240- 

269. 

Regulations for, Deuteronomy, 

334-355- 

rises superior to his surround- 
ings, I. Kings, 476. 

Testing, Deuteronomy, 3^8. 

their preparation, Judges, 

270. 

unrecognized, Judges, 162. 

without a vision, Song of Solo- 
mon, 156-167. 

PROPHETS, Acts II., 434. 

as preachers, Hebrews, 147. 

• as sceptics, Twelve Prophets II., 

129-142. 

Book of the twelve, Twelve 

Prophets I., 3-10. 

Calling of, Numbers, 45. 

False, Jeremiah II., 102-114. 

in early Israel, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 11-30. 



254 



PROPHETS— PROVERBS XIX. 



PROPHETS, in the New Testa- 


PROVERBS IV., 7, Psalms III., 


ment, Pastoral Epistles, 66, 


197. 


69. 


• 18, Romans, 329. 


in the primitive church, Pas- 


PROVERBS V., 22, Jeremiah I., 


toral Epistles, 70, 96, 115. 


l 77i James, 449. 


of the Old Testament, Num- 


PROVERBS VI., 1 2, Twelve Proph- 


bers, 143. 


ets II., 56. 


of the Persian period, Twelve 


PROVERBS VII., 3, II. Corin- 


Prophets II., 185-197. 


thians, no. 


received their message through 


PROVERBS VIII., 15, 16, Job, 9. 


the Son, Hebrews, 54. 


17, Song of Solomon, 203. 


Visions of the, Numbers, 306 ; 


23, John Gospel, 82. 


Hebrews, 10. 


PROVERBS IX., 10, Psalms, 197. 


Watchmen, Ezekiel, 287-303. 


13, Twelve Prophets I., 322. 


PROSBOL, Acts II., 16. 


PROVERBS X., 11, Jeremiah I., 


PROSELYTES. Acts II., no, 210. 


85; Peter, 314. 


PROSPERITY, and piety, Deuter- 


12, James, 59, 353; Peter, 169. 


onomy, 203, 444. 


20, Psalms III., 130. 


and the spirit, Twelve Proph- 


PROVERBS XI., 1. Ezekiel, 452. 


ets II., 418-430. 


2, Daniel, 195; Twelve Proph- 


Effects of, Ezra, 386. 


ets I., 424. 


its dangers, Exodus, 13; II. 


4, Daniel, 195. 


Samuel, 160. 


5, Pastoral Epistles, 371. 


misunderstood, Judges, 388. 


7, Twelve Prophets II., 56. 


not God's best gift, Deuter- 


10, II. Kings, 122. 


onomy, 447. 


PROVERBS XII., 17, Twelve 


offered to Job, Job, 137, 159. 


Prophets II., 140. 


unbroken, Psalms II., 338. 


22, Twelve Prophets II., 140. 


PROVERBS, The Book, Proverbs, 


PROVERBS XIV., 5, Twelve Proph- 


1-8, 22, 211, 316, 347. 


ets II., 140. 


PROVERBS I., 7, Psalms III., 


9, James, 448. 


197. 


PROVERBS XVI., 4, Chronicles, 


11-14, Peter, 156. 


2S8. 


16, Romans, 86. 


7, Hebrews, 285. 


32, James, 264. 


9, Jeremiah I.. 212. 


PROVERBS II., 3-6, James, 203. 


18, Daniel, 219. 


PROVERBS III., 6, Pastoral Epis- 


27, 28, James, 177. 


tles, 371. 


PROVERBS XVIII., 4. Peter, 314. 


17, James, 204. 


19, Twelve Prophets I., 33. 


28, Romans, 220. 


PROVERBS XIX., ii, I. Kings, 


34, James, 59; Peter, 215. 


"5- 



PROVERBS XIX.—PRUDENTIUS 



255 



PROVERBS XIX., 21, Jeremiah 


PROVIDENCE OF GOD, and so- 


I., 212. 


cialism, Deuteronomy, 207. 


PROVERBS XX., 2, 8, 26, I. 


Complaints against the, Num- 


Kings, 114. 


bers, 119. 


12, Peter, 278. 


continuous, Chronicles, 463. 


PROVERBS XXL, 3, I. Kings, 214. 


the Divine Potter, Jeremiah I., 


8, Romans, 212. 


377-397- 


PROVERBS XXII., 1, Ezra, 217. 


Enigma of the, Job, 207. 


13, II. Kings, 255. 


ever in operation, Joshua, 146. 


. 21, Psalms II., 212; Jeremiah 


for each one, Genesis, 158; 


I., 232. 


Judges, 9. 


26, II. Kings, 135. 


illustrated in Isaac, Genesis, 


32, Twelve Prophets II., 368. 


210. 


PROVERBS XXV., 18, Jeremiah I., 


in death, II. Samuel, 286. 


197. 


in history, I. Kings, 55; II. 


j — 21, Jeremiah I., 266; Romans, 


Kings, 245. 


342- 


Imperfect instruments of, 


PROVERBS XXVI., 11, Peter, 321. 


Judges, 58, 84. 


PROVERBS XXVII., 1, James, 264. 


Master strokes of the, Judges, 


23, Twelve Prophets I., 322. 


158. 


PROVERBS XXVIII., 9, Jeremiah 


not to be hurried, Joshua, 


I., 259. 


195- 


13, Joshua, 180; James, 338. 


Observing, Ezra, 86. 


18, James, 245. 


recognized by Joseph, Genesis, 


30, Twelve Prophets II., 


374, 38i. 


140. 


rules, Jeremiah I., 212. 


PROVERBS XXX., 1, II. Samuel, 


Seeming injustice of, Jeremiah 


364- 


!•» 323- 


25, 26, Psalms II., 356. 


seems casual, I. Samuel, 279. 


PROVERBS XXXI., 1-9, Chroni- 


Special, Job, 225. 


cles, 195. 


Sterner aspect of, Psalms III., 


15, Twelve Prophets II., 368. 


29. 


— — 24, Twelve Prophets I., 80. 


Successive, Joshua, 124, 253. 


PROVIDENCE OF GOD, Genesis, 


to be acknowledged, II. Sam- 


139; Philippians, 60. 


uel, 76. 


and the book of Job, Deuter- 


to the individual, Exodus, 66. 


onomy, 204. 


Trust in the, Ecclesiastes, 161- 


and nations, Deuteronomy, 


164. 


210. 


a wonderful scheme, I. Samuel, 


■ and opportunity, I. Samuel, 


121. 


316. 


PRUDENTIUS, Acts I., 158. 



256 



PSALMS— PSALM XXIII 



PSALMS. Book of, the hearts echo 


PSALM XIV, 3, Romans, 30S; 


to the speech of God, Psalms 


Revelation, 240. 


I. 


PSALM XV, 4, Jeremiah I., 132. 


Individualism in, Job, 12. 


PSALM XVI, 5, Ephesians, 50. 


PSALM I, 4, Daniel, 153; Ephe- 


10, Acts II., 208. 


sians, 275. 


12, Daniel, 180. 


PSALM II, 6, 7, Revelation, 240. 


PSALM XVII, 12, Twelve Proph- 


7, Revelation, in. 


ets II., 59. 


9, Jeremiah I., 291; Daniel, 


PSALM XVIII, 2, Deuteronomy, 


153- 


123. 


9-12, Revelation, 17. 


4-16, Revelation, 213. 


12, I. Samuel, 147. 


6-15, II. Kings, 22. 


PSALM III, II, Samuel, 250. 


7, Twelve Prophets II., 511. 


PSALM IV, 4, Ephesians, 294. 


7-9) I- Kings, 440. 


6, Peter, 72. 


10, Revelation, 74. 


PSALM V, 3, Numbers, 345 ; Eze- 


14, Peter, 156. 


kiel, 473. 


20, Isaiah II., 217. 


7, Jeremiah I., 153; Daniel, 


25, Jeremiah I., 81. 


226. 


2 9- so, II. Kings, 406. 


9, Romans, 86. 


PSALM XIX, 4, Romans, 279. 


PSALM VI, 1, Jeremiah I., 211. 


8, Jeremiah I., 85. 


6. Song of Solomon, 174; Jere- 


10, Jeremiah L, 232. 


miah II., 59. 


12, Leviticus, 119. 


PSALM VII, 4. Jeremiah I., 79. 


14, Peter, 70. 


11, Song of Solomon, 142. 


PSALM XX, II. Samuel, no, in. 


PSALM VIII, 2, Hebrews, 34; 


6, II. Kings, 406 ; Song of Solo- 


Peter, 74. 


mon, 259. 


4, Hebrews, 34. 


7, Chronicles, 387. 


PSALM IX, 7, Revelation, 67. 


9, Jeremiah I., 230. 


11, Revelation, 240. 


PSALM XXI, 9, II. Kings, 18. 



11-14. Jeremiah I., 321. 

12, Isaiah II., 426. 

15, Revelation, 96. 

PSALM X. 7, Romans, 86. 
PSALM XI, 2, Jeremiah I., 190. 

5, Peter, 178. 

PSALM XII, 4, Peter, 331. 

5, Revelation, 64. 

PSALM XIV, 1, I. Samuel, 79; 
Romans, 4S, 86; James, 265. 
4, Jeremiah I., 79, 273. 



14, Jeremiah I., 230. 

PSALM XXII, Matthew, 426. 

1, John Epistles, 70. 

14, Song of Solomon, 176. 

16, 20, Revelation, 384. 

21, Pastoral Epistles, 426. 

22, Hebrews, 39. 

27, II. Samuel, 120. 

30, 31. Peter, 35. 

PSALM XXIII, 1, I. Samuel, 261; 
Philippians, 62. 



PSALM XXIII— PSALM XL V 



257 



PSALM XXIII, 3, I. Samuel, 
336. 

5, Leviticus, 90; Luke, 368; 

Revelation, 94. 

6, Jeremiah I., 174. 

PSALM XXIV, 1, Acts I., 257. 

2, Jeremiah I., 234. 

3, 4, James, 245 ; John Epis- 
tles, 266. 

6, Twelve Prophets II., 238. 

14, Hebrews, 106. 

PSALM XXV, 3, Peter, 196. 

14, Romans, 406. 

PSALM XXVII, I. Samuel, 387. 

4, Hebrews, 61. 

8, Numbers, 70. 

10, Jeremiah I., 11. 

12, Twelve Prophets II., 134. 

PSALM XXVIII, 2, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 97. 

13, Twelve Prophets I., 235. 

PSALM XXX, 1, John Epistles, 
181. 

4, Twelve Prophets II., 511. 

5, Song of Solomon, 202. 

7, Jeremiah I., 210. 

PSALM XXXI, 2, Peter, 70. 

7, Jeremiah I., 232. 

13-15, 18, 19, Jeremiah II., 25. 

18, 19, Romans, 342. 

20, Revelation, 46. 

21, Revelation, 355. 

24, Deuteronomy, 123. 

PSALM XXXII, 1, 2, Romans, 
no. 

3, 5, Joshua, 180; Galatians, 

21. 

PSALM XXXIII, 4, Daniel, 202. 

5, Ephesians, 93. 

12, Jeremiah I., 240. 

17, I. Kings, 148. 



PSALM XXXIV, 7, II. Kings, 68. 

7-10, Daniel, 228. 

9, Peter, 65. 

12-16, Peter, 122. 

PSALM XXXV, 19-21, Jeremiah I., 

394- 
PSALM XXXVI, 1, Romans, 86. 

6, Ezekiel, 240. 

7, Deuteronomy, 430; Revela- 
tion, 211. 

8, Leviticus, 90. 

9, Daniel, 151; John Epistles, 

189. 

10, Jeremiah I., 85. 

PSALM XXXVII, II. Samuel, 48; 

James, 85. 

23, Jeremiah I., 212. 

34, Peter, 196. 

PSALM XXXVIII, 1, Jeremiah I., 

211. 

5. Peter, 219. 

11, 12, I. Kings, 418. 

20, Jeremiah I., 190. 

PSALM XXXIX, 1, II. Kings, 340; 

Jeremiah I., 421. 

3, Ezra, 115. 

13, Chronicles, 317. 

14, Jeremiah I., 184. 

PSALM XL, 6-8, Leviticus, 56, 

119; I. Kings, 214. 

9, 10, Peter, 78. 

PSALM XLI, 10, Jeremiah I., 423. 
PSALM XLII, 4, II. Kings, 313. 

5, Twelve Prophets II., 511. 

8, Twelve Prophets II., 511. 

10, Ezekiel, 335. 

PSALM XLIV, 3, Joshua, 148. 

8, Proverbs, 353. 

PSALM XLV, I. Kings, 136. 

3-5, Revelation, 19. 

8, I. Kings, 495. 



258 



PSALM XL V— PSALM LXXVLI 



PSALM XLV 9 15, Revelation, 


PSALM LXI, 2, Peter, 70. 


321. 


PSALM LXII, 11, Jeremiah I., 79. 


PSALM XL VI. II. Kings, 342. 


12, Leviticus, 558. 


1-7, Revelation, 85. 


PSALM LXIII, 1, Joshua, 297. 


1-1 1, II. Kings, 295. 


4. Pastoral Epistles, 97. 


2, Revelation, 141. 


PSALM LXIV, 4, Jeremiah I., 190. 


4, Jeremiah I., 86; Twelve 


PSALM LXVI, 12, Peter, 179. 


Prophets II., 155. 


18, Ezekiel, 124. 


PSALM XLVIII, 2, Revelation, 


PSALM LXVIII, Ephesians, 229. 


241. 


17, Galatians, 217. 


PSALM XLIX, 11, Peter, 153. 


18, Peter, 74. 


15, Peter, 32. 


27, Joshua, 318. 


16, 17, Ecclesiastes, 163. 


60-64, L Samuel, 72. 


PSALM L, 3, Daniel, 248. 


PSALM LXIX, Romans, 397. 


8-12, Leviticus, 30; I. Kings, 


2, II. Kings, 454; Twelve 


214. 


Prophets II., 511. 


15, Revelation, 137. 


4, Jeremiah I., 98. 


PSALM LI, II. Samuel, 183, 191. 


5, Jeremiah I., 190. 


4, Leviticus, 119; Romans, 81 ; 


6, Peter, 196. 


Pastoral Epistles, 137. 


9, Romans, 395. 


5, Leviticus, 325. 


2 j, Daniel, 209. 


7, Revelation, 101. 


28, Jeremiah I., 358. 


16, 17, I. Kings, 214; Ezekiel, 


30, 3 1 - I- Kings, 215. 


483- 


PSALM LXXII, 11, Revelation, 9. 


PSALM LII, 3, Jeremiah, 197. 


15, I. Kings, 229. 


8, Romans, 303. 


16, John I., 215. 


10, Jeremiah, 260. 


PSALM LXXIII, 17, Song of Solo- 


PSALM LV, 6, Jeremiah I., 188. 


mon, 326. 


12-14, Revelation, 55. 


26, Song of Solomon, 204. 


13, 14, Jeremiah I., 192. 


44, Song of Solomon, 44. 


15, Daniel, 208. 


PSALM LXXIV, 8, 9, Chronicles, 


17, Daniel, 226. 


241. 


■ 18, Acts II., 121. 


9, Daniel, 116; Twelve Proph- 


PSALM LVII, 4, Jeremiah I., 197; 


ets L, 9. 


Daniel, 220. 


- — 13, Revelation, 202. 


PSALM LVIII, 6, Daniel, 220. 


PSALM LXXV, 8, Jeremiah I., 


- — 11, Revelation, 9. 


292; Luke, 370. 


PSALM LIX, I. Samuel, 309-3 n. 


PSALM LXXVI, 6, II. Kings, 342. 


15, James, 293. 


10, II. Kings, 140. 


PSALM LX, s, Jeremiah I., 292. 


PSALM LXXVII, 7, I. Samuel, 


12, Romans, 194. 


392. 



PSALM LXXVII— PSALM CV 



259 



PSALM LXXVII, 10, Joshua, 


PSALM LXXXIX, 15, Leviticus, 


361 ; Peter, 196. 


509- 


18, Jeremiah L, 233. 


37, Peter, 141. 


PSALM LXXVIII, 2, Peter, 32. 


PSALM XC, 1, John I., 247. 


20, Jeremiah I., 174. 


9, John Epistles, 153. 


49, Twelve Prophets II., 316. 


PSALM XCI, 4, II. Kings, 58. 


59, 60, 67-69, Chronicles, 55. 


n, II. Kings, 68; Revelation, 


60, Jeremiah I., 29. 


36S- 


60-64, Joshua, 314; I. Kings, 


14, Deuteronomy, 123. 


149. 


PSALM XCII, 4, 5, Thessalonians, 


68, Revelation, 240. 


288. 


71, Ephesians, 50. 


7-9, Revelation, '302. 


PSALM LXXIX, 1, II. Kings, 461. 


12-14, II- Samuel, 127. 


2, 3, II. Kings, 460. 


PSALM XCIV, 9, Jeremiah I., 341. 


6, 7, Jeremiah I., 211. 


PSALM XCV, 7, Hebrews, 56. 


PSALM LXXX, 1, Jeremiah I., 91. 


PSALM XCVI, Ecclesiastes, 258. 


7, Numbers, 70. 


5, James, 153. 


PSALM LXXXI, Numbers, 350. 


13, Revelation, 245. 


12, Romans, 49, 254. 


PSALM XCVII, 10, Deuteronomy, 


PSALM LXXXIII, 6-8, Chronicles, 


123. 


85- 


PSALM XCVIII, Ecclesiastes, 


8, Twelve Prophets II., 169. 


258. 


10, II. Kings, 124. 


PSALM XCIX, 1, Revelation, 70. 


27, James, 227. 


8, Numbers, 170. 


PSALM LXXXIV, 3, Twelve Proph- 


PSALM C, 1, 4, II. Samuel, 120. 


ets, 59. 


PSALM CII, 6, 8, I. Kings, 418. 


PSALM LXXXV, 8, II. Kings, 395. 


13-16, Leviticus, 538. 


PSALM LXXXVI, 9, II. Samuel, 


22, II. Samuel, 120. 


120. 


25, Peter, 339. 


PSALM LXXXVII, II Samuel, 1 1 9, 


PSALM CIII, 2, 3,4, 10-12, James, 


120. 


470. 


4, 5, II. Kings, 301. 


15, 16, James, 85. 


7, John Epistles, 227. 


PSALM CIV, 3, II. Kings, 22. 


PSALM LXXXVIII, Numbers, 


4, I. Kings, 432. 


205. 


5, Peter, 358. 


7, Leviticus, 43. 


5, 6, 8, James, 469. 


50, Twelve Prophets I., 179. 


7, Twelve Prophets II., 108. 


PSALM LXXXIX, Job, 57. 


15, Revelation, 95. 


6, Daniel, 191. 


PSALM CV, 9, 10, Twelve Proph- 


9, 10, II. Kings, 301. 


ets I., 435. 


14, Ephesians, 416. 


15, Isaiah I., 131. 



260 



PSALM CJ' I— PUNISHMENT 



PSALM CVI. 27,, Isaiah II., 358. 

3°j 3 1 ! Chronicles, 224. 

38, Jeremiah I., 108, 117. 

PSALM CIX. 28, Peter, 122. 

PSALM CX, 1, 4. Mark, 445. 

4, Hebrews, 113. 

7, Revelation, in. 

PSALM CXIII, 5. Revelation. 223. 

PSALM CXIV, Joshua, 112. 113. 

PSALM CXVI, 1. Deuteronomy, 
123- 

10, Romans, 27^; II. Corin- 
thians. 165. 

16, 17, Leviticus, 105. 

PSALM CXVIII, 6, Peter, 216. 

8, 9, Ezra, 79. 

22, Peter, 75. 

27, I. Kings, 91. 

PSALM CXIX, 19, Chronicles, 317. 

45, Peter, 321. 

67, 71, Peter, 152. 

78, 86, Jeremiah I., 190. 

PSALM CXX, 5. Jeremiah I., 84. 

7. Peter, 124. 

PSALM CXXI, Numbers, 68. 

PSALM CXXII, 2. 3, Ezra, 212. 

3-5, 1. Kings, 66;Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 290. 

PSALM CXXIII, 1, Daniel, 201. 

■ 4, Twelve Prophets II., 285. 

PSALM CXXIV. 2-6, Revelation, 
213. 

7, Revelation, 7. 

PSALM CXXV, 5, Galatians, 447. 

PSALM CXXVI, 1-3, Ezra, 47. 

PSALM CXXX, 4, Chronicles, 451. 

PSALM CXXXI, 7, Isaiah I., 439. 

PSALM CXXXII, 13, 14, Revela- 
tion, 184. 

PSALM CXXXIII, Ezekiel, 446. 

< 2, Leviticus, 2,03. 



PSALM CXXXIII, 3, Revelation, 

240. 

PSALM CXXXIV, 2, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 97. 

PSALM CXXXV, 6, Daniel, 202; 
Peter, 346. 

PSALM CXXXVI, I. Kings, 334; 
Jeremiah I., 316. 

6, Jeremiah I., 234. 

17-22, Leviticus, 558. 

PSALM CXXXYIL 9, II. Kings, 
94; Ezra, 359. 

PSALM CXXXIX, 9, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 402. 

12, Daniel, 151. 

23, 24, Leviticus, 119. 

PSALM CXL, 3, Romans, 86. 

PSALM CXLI, Numbers, 345. 

2, Exodus, 419; Leviticus, 71; 

Ezekiel, 473. 

PSALM CXLIII, 2, Romans, 107. 

PSALM CXLV, 13, Daniel, 202. 

20, Deuteronomy, 123; Peter, 

84. 

PSALM CXLVI, 3, Ezra, 195. 

8, Peter, 84. 

PSALM CXL VII, 1, James, 66. 

2, Ezekiel, 311. 

19, Revelation, 227. 

PSALM CXLVIII, 1-13, Revcii- 
tion, 75, 76. 

PSALMODY, Beginning of Chr : 
tian, Ephesians, 347-349- 

——Paul's use of, Colossians, 3J> 
332. 

PTOLEMAIS, Acts II., 96, 425. 

PUBLIC WRONGS, Indifference 
to, Ecclesiastes, 205, 226. 

PUDENS, Pastoral Epistles, 415. 

PUNISHMENT, Fear of. John I., 
187. 



P UNISHMENT—Q UIE TISM 



261 



PUNISHMENT, of children, Prov- 


Prophets I, 282, 284-286; 


erbs, 312. 


Mark, 190-194; Colossians, 


of Hymenaeus and Alexander, 


103-105; John Epistles, 181, 


Pastoral Epistles, 74-76. 


182. 


of sin, Job, 59; Jeremiah 


Christ's, John I., 262. 


I-, 338; Thessalonians, 335- 


Jesus Christ restores to, Prov- 


337- 


erbs, 103-105. 


Painful, II. Samuel, 336. 


Laws of, Deuteronomy, 396- 


PURIFICATION of heaven, He- 


410. 


brews, 163. 


Loss of, Proverbs, 95-102. 


of the tabernacle, Hebrews, 163. 


of Joseph, Genesis, 346. 


Water of, Numbers, 216. 


Personal, Thessalonians, 151- 


PURIM, Feast of, established, Ezra, 


168. 


401-403. 


PURVEY, John, James, 200, 212, 


PURITANISM, Deuteronomy, 1 89. 


447- 


and the restoration, Isaiah I., 


PUSEV, Dr. E. B., Daniel, 41, 


364. 365- 


J 34> '35; Twelve Prophets 


Militant, necessary, Deuter- 


II., 117, 358, 526; John II., 


onomy, 200. 


356. 


New Testament, II. Corin- 


PUTEOLI, Acts II., 465. 


thians, 237-247. 


Paul at, Acts II., 465. 


PURITY, Judges, 350; II. Samuel, 


PYTHAGORAS, John Epistles, 


167; Psalms I., 235; Twelve 


136. 



QUADRATUS, Apology of, Acts I., 

viii; II., 318. 
QUAILS, Numbers, 129. 
QUARESMIUS, Terrae Sanctae 

Ehicidatio, Acts I., 67; II., 

57- 



QUARRELS and the tongue, Prov- 
erbs, 167. 
Pride the cause of, II. Samuel, 

295- 

QUEEN OF HEAVEN, The, Jere- 
miah II., 197-208. 

QUIETISM, Acts II., 446. 



262 



RAAMSES— RECORDS OF THE PAST 



RAAMSES, Death of, Exodus, 43. 

RABSHAKEH of Sennacherib, II. 

Kings, 332; Isaiah I., 343- 

35i- 
RACE-COURSE, Paul's figure of 

the, I. Corinthians, 211 226; 

Philippians, 259-280. 
RACHEL, Death of, Genesis, 317. 

Tomb of, I. Samuel, 14S. 

RAHAB, and her life, Joshua, 

84. 
Faith of, Joshua, 87; Hebrews, 

261; James, 161-164. 

saved, Joshua, 153-164. 

The scarlet thread of, Joshua, 

92. 

■ Speech of, Joshua, 18. 

RAILING at dignities, James, 415- 

418. 
RAIN, Elijah and the, I. Kings, 

399-403. 
RAINBOW, The, symbolical to 

Noah, Genesis, y3- 
RA.MAH, Captives for Babylon 

start from, II. Kings, 466. 
RAMAH, fortified by Baasha, I. 

Kings, 325. 

Rachel and, Jeremiah II., 335. 

RAMOTH-GILEAD captured by 

Jehoram, II. Kings, 108. 
RAMSAY, W. M., Acts I., 103; II., 

100, 198, 200, 213, 260, 261, 

363, 364, 374- 
RASHNESS, Proverbs, 170. 
RATIONALISM, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 3S7, 



RATIONALISM, Perils of, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 385-396. 

RAVEN, Sending forth Noahs, 
Genesis, 70. 

RAWLINSON, Sir Henry, Ecclesi- 
astes, 35, 135, 270, 271; Jere- 
miah II., 71; Ezekiel, 230. 

REAL and ideal, Job, 152. 

REALISM, in art, Proverbs, 
66. 

in moral teaching, Proverbs, 

92-105. 

of Isaiah, Isaiah I., 27-30. 

of Jeremiah, Jeremiah II., 301. 

REBEKAH, Genesis, 243-251; 
Peter, 111, 112. 

aids Jacob to deceive his father, 

Genesis, 269. 

RECHABITES, The, Jeremiah II., 

44-53- 

RECOMMENDATIONS, II. Corin- 
thians, 105-108. 

RECONCILIATION, Romans, 

141; II. Corinthians, 210-223; 
Hebrews, 78. 

Double, Ephesians, 131-142. 

The holiest place a symbol, 

Hebrew, 152. 

Purpose of, Colossians, 100- 

ii5- 
through Christ, Colossians, 

85-99- 
RECORDS OF THE PAST, Isaiah 
I., 198, 308, 309, 44S; II., 59, 
62; Daniel, 22, 59, 14S, 169, 
192, 193. 



RED SEA— RELIGION 



263 



RED SEA, Exodus, 208-215; Num- 


REHOBOAM, The kingdom di- 


bers, 383; Psalms III., 142. 


vided under, I. Kings, 273- 


■ passage, a type of baptism, 


285. 


Pastoral Epistles, 289. 


Reign of, Chronicles, 320-325. 


REDEEMER of Job, Job, 222-242. 


succeeds Solomon, I. Kings, 


REDEMPTION, a cause for thank- 


269. 


fulness, Colossians, 64-69. 


REITH, George, John I., 56. 


Final, Ephesians, 50-64. 


REJECTION of God, Thessaloni- 


• of the first born, Numbers, 38. 


ans, 147. 


of Israel, Political by Cyrus, 


REJOICE, Philippians, 323-326; 


Isaiah II., 271. 


Thessalonians, 217-222. 


of Israel, spiritual by Servant, 


RELIGION, and the child, Exodus, 


Isaiah II., 271, 273. 


25. 


of a nature, Isaiah I., 188- 


and enjoyment, Genesis, 22, 64. 


194. 


and prosperity, Twelve Proph- 


signified by the Passover, Num- 


ets II., 425. 


bers, 86. 


and the State, Judges, 36, 75. 


Unity and graciousness of the 


Decay of, Job, 16. 


plan of, Peter, 29-40. 


Evolution of, Job, 180. 


REFORMATION, Character of 


Four points of a true, Isaiah 


the, II. Corinthians, 125. 


II., 143-161. 


of the church, Joshua, 145. 


Guardians of. Numbers, 26. 


of society, John I., 268. 


In the name of, I. Samuel, 231. 


The true, Judges, 155. 


is opportunity, Twelve Proph- 


See JOSIAH. 


ets I., 144. 


REFORMERS, Judges, 154; Acts 


Jewish, hereditary, Chronicles, 


I., 152. 


54- 


REFUGE, Cities of, Numbers, 400; 


Law and, Deuteronomy, 239- 


Joshua, 326-339. 


252. 


REGENERATION, Laver of, Pas- 


of history, Ezra, 295-306. 


toral Epistles, 285, 292. 


of the individual, Ezekiel, 143 


Washing of, Pastoral Epistles, 


158. 


285, 292. 


of Israelites, Numbers, 9. 


See CONVERSION. 


of joy, Leviticus, 473. 


REHOB, King of Zobah, David 


of morality, I. Samuel, 300. 


wars against, II. Samuel, 113, 


of Semites, Job, 180. 


114. 


Popular and true, Jeremish I., 


REHOBOAM, Abijam succeeds, I. 


149-214. 


Kings, 318. 


• Power of, Numbers, 303. 


invasion of Shishak, I. Kings, 


Quietness of true, John Epis- 


3i5- 


tles, 300-309. 



264 



RELIGION— RES T 



RELIGION, Reasonableness of, 

Twelve Prophets I., 419-425. 

Shame, James, 180, 192. 

True, Judges, 314, 315. 

will not take care of itself, 

Judges, 223. 
REMINISCENCE, Plato's doc 

trine of, Hebrews, 222. 
REMNANT, The, Isaiah I., 31, 87, 

i2_6, 129. 
REMONSTRANCE, Chronicles, 

423- 
REMORSE, Proverbs, 77. 

and free-will, James, 93. 

Christ never knew, John II., 

277- 
RENAN, M., Job, 342, 399; Isaiah 
I-, 35o, 351; H-, 149 Jeremiah 
I., 61, 65; II., 70, 76, 162, 
360, 361, 372; Daniel, 72,161-, 
Matthew, 443; Acts I., 53; 
II., 215, 369; I. Corinthians, 
263, 346; Galatians, 65, 277; 
Ephesians, 11, 12, 244, 283; 
Pastoral Epistles, 8, 11, 79, 
276, 355, 407; James, 50, 122, 
128, 371; John Epistles, 15, 
17, 20, 22, 53, 85, 86, 163, 

245, 293, 309- 
REN AUDOT, Eusebe, Acts II., 256. 
RENDALL, Frederic, Hebrews, 

320, 323. 
REPENTANCE, Numbers, 287; 

Twelve Prophets I., 333-345- 
and forgiveness, Chronicles, 

448-454. 
. by tithes, Twelve Prophets II., 

367- 
Foundation of, James, 245- 

249. 
Imperfect, Judges, 40. 



REPENTANCE, of Abraham, 
Genesis, 108. 

of David, II. Samuel, 181-192 

of Esau, Genesis, 275-277. 

of Israel, I. Samuel, 87. 

of Joseph's brethren, Genesis, 

3§5- 

Peter taught, Acts I., 132. 

unto life, II. Corinthians, 248- 

261. 

REPETITIONS, in prayer, Ezra, 
181. 

REPHAIM, I. Kings, 79. 

REPHIDIM, Joshua, 27; I. Corin- 
thians, 232. 

REPRESSION, and development 
in morals, Deuteronomy, 100. 

— — not taming, Colossians, 204. 

REPROOF, Proverbs, 175. 

RESCH, A., James, 56, 90, 233, 
362. 

RESIGNATION of Eli, I. Samuel, 

57- 
RESPONSIBILITY, for our gifts, 

Exodus, 429. 

graded, Leviticus, 120-133. 

in advising, Judges, 370. 

Neglected, a sin, Exodus, 75. 

of a leader, Numbers, 126. 

of teachers, James, 165-170. 

Personal, Psalms II., 128; 

Proverbs, 128. 
Samson had a sense of, Judges, 

304- 

to God, Deuteronomy, 204. 

to law, Exodus, 32^. 

unavoidable, Genesis, 155. 

REST, described by the Psalmist, 

Psalms, 61. 
from labor the rudimentary 

Sabbath, Hebrews, 60, 



REST—REVELA TION I. 



265 



REST, the ideal of the Old Testa- 


REUBEN, saves Joseph, Genesis, 


ment, Hebrews, 58. 


332. 


in Canaan, Hebrews, 61. 


typical of some Christians, Gen- 


offered by Christ, Hebrews, 58. 


esis, 338. 


RESTRAINT, and its removal, 


REUBEN, The tribe, and Gad, 


Thessalonians, 323-340. 


Numbers, 374. 


RESURRECTION, The, Isaiah I., 


blessed by Moses, Deuter- 


387, 444-452; Ezekiel, 349, 


onomy, 463. 


350. 


their decay, Numbers, 380. 


Belief in the, Pastoral Epistles, 


REUBENITES, Claim of the, Num- 


267, 353-363- 


bers, 200, 202. 


Consequences of denying, I. 


REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM, 


Corinthians, 355-369- 


Pastoral Epistles, 267. 


Doctrine of, Hebrews, 87. 


REUSS, Edward, Pastoral Epis- 


Evidence of, Acts II., 133. 


tles, 11; James, 141, 166, 390, 


Hope in the, of Christ, Peter, 


399- 


18-26. 


REVELATION, Actual, Jeremiah 


life and daily dying, Philip- 


I., 242. 


pians, 237-258. 


Conditions of, Isaiah II., yi,. 


- — of Christ, Matthew, 429-438; 


Method of, Isaiah II., 100, 


Mark, 437-441; John I., 93- 


148. 


97; I. Corinthians, 325-354; 


Need of, Proverbs, 375-385. 


Ephesians, 84-88; Hebrews, 


of God, Hebrews, 294, sq. 


72. 


REVELATION, The book, Pas- 


of the dead in Christ, Thessa- 


toral Epistles, 48, 68. 


lonians, 169-182. 


The Epilogue, Revelation,375- 


The spiritual body in, I. Corin- 


392. 


thians, 371-386. 


The prologue, Revelation, 1- 


to bring joy, John II., 231. 


20. 


The witness of men and the, 


■ when written, Daniel, 155. 


John Epistles, 241-253. 


REVELATION I., 2, John Epis- 


RETRIBUTION, Judges, 138; I. 


tles, 89. 


Samuel, 68; Chronicles, 360- 


3, James, 103. 


365 ; Psalms II., 244; Hebrews, 


4, John Epistles, t,t,. 


191, 300. 


5, Ephesians, 47; John Epis- 


Law of, Job, 215; Isaiah I., 


tles, 115. 


342; Ezekiel, 145, 150; Thes- 


7, Daniel, 248. 


salonians, 292. 


9, Revelation, 317. 


of David, II. Samuel, 178, 179. 


10, Galatians, 269. 


REUBEN, and his father's blessing, 


12, 13, Leviticus, 476. 


Genesis, 425. 


13, Daniel, 248. 



266 



REV EL A TION I.— RE VELA TION XIII. 



REVELATION I,. 14, Leviticus, 


REVELATION V, 35, Leviticus. 


36S- 


35- 


15, Daniel, 294. 


REVELATION VI., 9, John Epis- 


16, Ephesians, 421. 


tles, 309. 


17. iS. Song of Solomon, 261. 


10, Jeremiah II., 68; Romans. 


iS, Romans, 251. 383. 


292; Pastoral Epistles, 327. 


20, Numbers, 81. 


REVELATION VII., 2. II. Corin- 


REVELATION II., 2, Galatians, 


thians, 52. 


12; Ephesians, 239. 


7, Joshua, 320; John Epis 


4, 5. Pastoral Epistles, 26. 


ties, 29. 


10, James, S9; John Epistles, 


9, Pastoral Epistles, 394. 


183. 


14, 15, Leviticus, 357. 


12, Ephesians, 421. 


15, James. 97; John Epistles, 


13, Romans, 20; John Epis- 


19; Revelation, 224. 


tles, 33, 234. 


17, Luke, 399. 


14, 20, Daniel, 165: Pastoral 


24, Peter, 19. 


Epistles, 4S ; John Epistles, 


REVELATION VIII., 2, Twelve 


275- 


Prophets II., 316. 


18, Leviticus, 365. 


3. Exodus, 419. 


20, II. Kings, 124; Peter, 306. 


4-S, James, 44. 


22, James, 227. 


REVELATION IX., 1-11, Exodus, 


24. John Epistles, 4. 


159. 


27, Psalms I.. 19. 


17, Twelve Prophets II., 106. 


28, Daniel, 324. 


20, John Epistles, 275. 


REVELATION III., 1, Pastoral 


REVELATIONX.,6, Exodus, 303; 


Epistles, 154. 


Daniel, 327. 


7, 8, 12. John Epistles, 303. 


REVELATION XL, 8, II. Corin- 


12. Galatians, 456. 


thians, 121; Galatians, 29S. 


14, Psalms II., 499. 


15. Ephesians, 47. 


20. Romans, 371. 


REVELATION XII., 5. II. Corin- 


21, Galatians, 256; Hebrews, 


thians, 347. 


309- 


7-10, Ephesians, 400. 


REVELATION IV., 8, John Epis- 


9. Song of Solomon, 220; John 


tles, 19. 


Epistles, 1S3. 


11, Peter, 135. 174. 


10, James, 256; John Epis- 


REVELATION V., 1, Romans, 3S4 ; 


tles, 19. 


Ephesians, 53. 


14, Daniel, 237, 246. 


5, Numbers, 27. 


16, Ezra, 196. 


9, John Epistles, 114. 


REVELATION XIII., 2, Daniel, 


10, Peter, 72. 


239- 


12. James, 193. 


7, Leviticus, 127. 



REV EL A TION XIII.— REVERENCE 



267 



REVELATION XIII., 8, Ephe- 


REVELATION XXL, 3, Exodus, 


sians, 27. 


376; Hebrews, 153. 


— —10, John Epistles, 33. 


6, John Epistles, 29. 


REVELATION XIV., 7, John Epis- 


8, John Epistles, 89. 


tles, 29, 211. 


9, Song of Solomon, 45 ; Mark, 


10, Luke, 370. 


62. 


ii, John Epistles, ig. 


10, Hebrews, 218, 296. 


12, John Epistles, 234. 


12, James, 44. 


REVELATION XVI., 5, John Epis- 


17, Mark, 334. 


tles, 29. 


18, 22, John Epistles, 69. 


14, Daniel, 320. 


19, 20, John Epistles, 55. 


15, Thessalonians, 188. 


22, I. Kings, 221; Twelve 


16, Joshua, 303. 


Prophets I., 313. 


19, Jeremiah I., 292. 


24, II. Corinthians, 182. 


REVELATION XVII., 1, James, 


27, Leviticus, 343; Galatians, 


168. 


355; Peter, 151; John Epis- 


5, Galatians, 363. 


tles, 55. 


6, Revelation, 201. 


REVELATION XXII., 1, 2, Ezekiel, 


14, Ephesians, 47. 


487; John Epistles, 29. 


23, James, 96. 


• 2-5, Joshua, 188; Ezekiel, 498. 


REVELATION XVIIL, 9, 18, Peter, 


6, Romans, 16. 


177- 


8, Luke, 403; Acts II., 130; 


20, James, 168; John Epis- 


John Epistles, 56. 


tles, 163. 


10, Daniel, 262. 


REVELATION XIX., 8, Leviticus, 


11, Daniel, 329; Luke, 363; 


201; Romans, 150. 


Galatians, 352. 


11, Psalms III., 191. 


12, 20, Romans, 363. 


13-15, Ephesians, 421. 


13, Matthew, 450. 


19, Daniel, 320. 


14, John Epistles, 115. 


REVELATION XX., 1-8, John Epis- 


15, Leviticus, 343; John Epis- 


tles, 275. 


tles, 55, 275. 


— — 4, John Epistles, 309. 


17, Peter, 151; John Epistles, 


6, Leviticus, 215; Mark, 


29. 


333- 


21, John Epistles, 33. 


7, Ezekiel, 370. 


REVENGE, Proverbs, 316; Mat- 


10, John Epistles, 19, 183. 


thew, 76; Thessalonians, 213. 


11, Daniel, 153; John Epistles, 


of David, I. Kings, 96- 


214. 


103. 


12, Twelve Prophets II., 314; 


REVERENCE, Exodus, 49, 95; 


John Epistles, 210. 


Deuteronomy, 83. 


14, Daniel, 323. 


for the aged, Leviticus, 4 1 3, 



268 



RE VERENCE—RIZPAH 



REVERENCE, for parents, Deu- 
teronomy, 85. 

taught, Exodus, 424; Leviti- 
cus, 377. 

RE VUE ARCHAEOLOGIQUE, 
Acts I., 175; II., 198, 361, 

364, 374- 
REWARDS, Doctrine of, Philip- 

pians, 363. 
Teaching of Christ concerning, 

Matthew, 279-285. 
REYNOLDS, H. \Y., Revelation, 

350. 
REZIN, King of Syria, and Pekah, 

II. Kings, 227-231; Isaiah I., 

103. 
REZON, I. Kings, 253. 
RHEMISH VERSION, James, 80, 

200, 292, 427, 430, 447, 457. 
RICH, and poor, James, 124-132. 
Follies and iniquities of the, 

James, 274-284. 

their end, James, 2S4-287. 

RICH YOUNG MAN, The, Mat- 
thew, 273-279; Mark, 274- 

281. 
RICHES, and poverty, Joshua, 75. 
Dangers of the, Numbers, 377; 

Matthew, 276-279; Mark, 281- 

287. 

Dedication of, Numbers, 75. 

Obligations of, Judges, 390. 

Strife for, Joshua, 199, 200; 

Proverbs, 144-147. 

Trust in, Ecclesiastes, 193-195. 

without work, Joshua, 307. 

RIDICULE, Fear of, Joshua, 137. 
RIGHTEOUS, Death of the, Num- 
bers, 296. 
have judgment here, Peter, 189- 

200. 



RIGHTEOUSNESS, Psalms II., 
459; Isaiah II., 127, 215; Eze- 
kiel, 1 51-153; Matthew, 79; 
Ephesians, 328-329. 

Conviction of, John II., 217. 

Fruits of, Philippians, 35. 

Isaiah's doctrine of, Isaiah I., 

344; II., 215-230. 

Man not saved by, Job, 388. 

of Abraham, Genesis, 140. 

of faith, Philippians, 217-236. 

of Israel, Isaiah II., 217. 

of Jehovah, Isaiah II., 224, 

265, 392, 410, 436. 

Triumph of, Chronicles, 295. 

Word of, Hebrews, 88. 

RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD, Ro- 
mans, 32. 

RIGHTS, and duties, Judges, 30, 
256. 

of the person, Exodus, 339- 

345- 

of property, Exodus, 345-347. 

of strangers, Exodus, 353- 

357- 

RITSCHL, Albrecht, II. Corinthi- 
ans, 213. 

RITUAL, and character, Gala- 
tians, 435-447- 

and formality, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 156-180. 

Growth of the Levitical, I. 

Kings, 186-192. 

Importance of, Chronicles, 

333-337- 
of Ezekiel's vision, Ezekiel, 462- 

484. 
of the Tabernacle, Leviticus, 

29-236. 

Overgrowth of, Ezekiel, 94. 

RIZPAH, II. Samuel, 344. 



ROADS— ROMANS II. 



269 



ROADS, Ancient, Acts II., 37, 260, 


ROMANS I., 7, Acts II., 60; Rev- 


271. 


elation, 369. 


ROBBERS, and the Apostles, Acts 


15, Ephesians, 416. 


II., 199. 


16, Ephesians, 9; Peter, 58. 


ROBERTSON, F. W., I. Corinthi- 


16-18, II. Corinthians, 212; 


ans, 21; Ephesians, 265, 332. 


Galatians, 130; Ephesians, 36, 


on Balaam, Numbers, 320. 


133, 43i- 


ROBERTSON, J. Craigie, History 


17, Twelve Prophets II., 140; 


of the Christian church, He- 


II. Corinthians, 95 ; Galatians, 


brews, 262. 


186; Ephesians, 12; Philip- 


ROBES of the High-priests, Leviti- 


pians, 218; James, 167. 


cus, 192. 


18, Galatians, 368; Hebrews, 


ROBESPIERRE, Proverbs, 377. 


287. 


ROBINSON, J. A., Acts I., 419. 


19, Ezra, 22; Ephesians, 125. 


ROCK, God a, Psalms II., 219. 


20, Ephesians, 270; Hebrews, 


ROD OF AARON, Numbers, 207. 


16; James, 229. 


ROD OF MOSES, Exodus, 71, 


21, Jeremiah I., 80; Ephesians, 


255- 


263; James, 123. 


ROGERS, H., Romans, 283. 


23, Psalms III., 145. 


ROLL, The sealed, opened, Revela- 


24-32, Peter, 155. 


tion, 86-110. 


26, Jeremiah I., 175. 


ROMAN CHURCH, its neglect of 


28, I. Samuel, 79; Ephesians, 


Paul, Pastoral Epistles, 28, 


S3- 


400, 420, 421. 


ROMANS II., 2, 3, James, 168. 


ROMAN FAS, Deuteronomy, 64- 


5, Daniel, 261 ; Revelation, 346. 


66. 


7, Ephesians, 439; Revelation, 


ROMANS, John Epistles, 26. 


346. 


ROMANS, The epistle, and Colos- 


8, James, 199. 


sians, Colossians, 1. 


9, 10, Galatians, 130. 


Coincidences with James, 57, 


11, Galatians, 114. 


100, 272. 


13, James, 102. 


. Time, place and occasion, Ro- 


15, II. Corinthians, 295. 


mans, 1-9. 


16, Mark, 3; Pastoral Epistles, 


ROMANS I., 1, Ephesians, 389. 


360. 


2, Pastoral Epistles, 389. 


17-29, Galatians, 427, 439; 


3, Acts I., 44; Galatians, 250; 


James, 167. 


Revelation, 385. 


20, Ephesians, 385. 


4, Psalms I., 18; Songs of Solo- 


23-27, Galatians, 143. 


mon, 310; Ephesians, 61, 88; 


25, Jeremiah I., 207; Gala- 


Thessalonians, 58. 


tians, 130, 306; James, 56. 


5, Galatians, 121, 


27, James, 133. 



270 ROMANS II- 


-ROMANS V 


ROMANS II., 28, 29, Philippians, 


ROMANS IV., 15, Galatians, 143, 


178. 


144, 150, 307. 


ROMANS III., 1, Galatians, 130, 


16, Galatians, 151, 310. 


438. 


17, II. Corinthians, 26; Gala- 


2, Jeremiah I., 127; Pastoral 


tians, 184, 206, 445. 


Epistles, 52; Peter, 173. 


19, James, 158. 


3, Hebrews, 103. 


20, Pastoral Epistles, 424; 


4, Pastoral Epistles, 137. 


James, 122. 


7, Galatians, 321. 


24, 25, Galatians, 156; Philip- 


8, Galatians, 439; James, 168. 


pians, 220. 


10-18, Galatians, 222. 


25, Leviticus, 355. 


19, Galatians, 223; Ephesians, 


ROMANS V., 1, 2, Galatians, 383; 


36, 96. 


Philippians, 220. 


20, Galatians, 144, 150, 307. 


1-8, Galatians, 149. 


21, II. Corinthians, 119; Gala- 


2, Peter, 185. 


tians, 324; James, 23. 


3, James, 57, 65. 


22-26, Galatians, 155; Ephe- 


5, Galatians, 171. 


sians, 36; Philippians, 218. 


9, Leviticus, 142; II. Corin- 


24, Galatians, 149, 151; Ephe- 


thians, 198; Ephesians, 61. 


sians, 61; Philippians, 220; 


10, Leviticus, 227; II. Cor n- 


John Epistles, 105. 


thians, 212; Galatians, 


25, Exodus, 379; Hebrews, 165. 


251- 


26, Galatians, 155. 


11, Leviticus, 98; Proverbs, 


28, James, 141. 


373- 


■ 29, Mark, 339; Galatians, 220; 


12, Ephesians, 104. 


Ephesians, 249. 


12-21, Galatians, 198. 


31, Galatians, 337. 


14, Galatians, 143, 157; Ephe- 


ROMANS IV., Genesis, 140. 


sians, 37. 


1-4, Galatians, 151, 161. 


15-18, Ephesians, 112. 


2, Galatians, 402. 


16, James, 168. 


3, 6, Exodus, 280; James, 156. 


17, 18, Galatians, 224; Phil- 


6, II. Corinthians, 119. 


ippians, 218. 


7, Hebrews, 146. 


■ 18, Hebrews, 171. 


9-13, Galatians, 183. 


18-21, Joshua, 186. 


11, Leviticus, 317; II. Corin 


19, Leviticus, 57, 230; Phil- 


thians, 52; Ephesians, 53; 


ippians, 220. 


James, 45. 


20, Numbers, 87; Galatians, 


12, Galatians, 348. 


1 50, 2 1 3, 307 ; Ephesians, 1 1 1 ; 


13-20, Ephesians, 55; He- 


Hebrews, 143. 


brews, 319. 


21, II. Corinthians, 91, 122; 


14, 15, Galatians, 189. 


Galatians, 149, 224, 



ROMANS VI— 


ROMANS VIII. Til 


ROMANS VI., i, 2, Galatians, 233; 


ROMANS VIII., 2, Ezekiel, 364; 


Ephesians, 371. 


Galatians, 228, 357; Ephe- 


2-4, Galatians, 173. 


sians, 25. 


• 4, Ephesians, 67, 371; John 


3, Leviticus, 342; I. Corinthi- 


Epistles, 125. 


ans, 383; Galatians, 343, 359, 


5, Galatians, 157. 


444 ; Ephesians, 282. 


6, 12, Galatians, 352; Ephe- 


4, Ezekiel, 366; Galatians, 185, 


sians, 246. 


307- 


7, Ephesians, 36. 


5 n, Matthew, 325; Gala- 


10, Hebrews, 171. 


tians, 416. 


11, Colossians, 245. 


9, II. Corinthians, 134; Gala- 


12, Galatians, 159. 


tians, 160, 299. 


13, Ephesians, 86. 


10-13, Galatians, 352. 


14, Galatians, 357. 


11, Leviticus, 357; Ephesians, 


17, II. Corinthians, 120, 316. 


205; Galatians, 160; Philip- 


19, Numbers, 41. 


pians, 246. 


23, Song of Solomon, 229; 


14, Ephesians, 160. 


Galatians, 224; Ephesians, 


15, Galatians, 253; Ephesians, 


112. 


31; Pastoral Epistles, 315. 


ROMANS VII., 1-6, Ephesians, 36. 


17, Galatians, 172, 177; Ephe- 


4, 5, 23, 24, Galatians, 352. 


sians, 43. 


5, 24, Galatians, 150. 


18, Galatians, 30; Peter, 35, 


6, Colossians, 245. 


120, 229. 


7-24, Galatians, 66, 145, 216. 


19, Galatians, 412; Ephesians, 


10, Numbers, 87; Galatians, 


28; Revelation, 187. 


142. 


19-22, Leviticus, 364, 454, 


12, 14, Galatians, 150. 


512- 


13-24, Galatians, 213. 


20, Leviticus, 207, 364, 454. 


i4,II. Corinthians, 119; Ephe- 


21, Leviticus, 365; Revelation, 


sians, 104. 


34, 71, 82, 245, 354. 


- — 15, II. Corinthians, 319. 


23, II. Corinthians, 55, 180; 


16, Ezekiel, 364. 


Ephesians, 61, 63. 


19, Leviticus, 341. 


24-28, Philippians, 356. 


22, 23, Psalms II., 27; Peter, 


26, 27, Ephesians, 205. 


"3- 


27, John Epistles, 233. 


— — 23, Galatians, 159; James, 57, 


28-39, Galatians, 151; Ephe- 


217. 


sians, 12, 30. 


24, Galatians, 228, 307. 


29, Leviticus, 386; Ephesians, 


ROMANS VIII., 1, Galatians, 145, 


29; Revelation, 200, 323. 


159- 


30, Philippians, 25; Peter, 228. 


1-4, Ephesians, 36, 


31, Isaiah II., 333. 



272 ROMANS VIII- 


-ROMANS XIII. 


ROMANS VIII., 31-39, Galatians, 


ROMANS X., 16-20, Isaiah II., 6. 


44, 255; Ephesians, 115; 


ROMANS XI., 1, 2, Galatians, 130, 


Revelation, 386. 


3i9- 


32, II. Corinthians, 39; Ephe- 


2, Chronicles, 15. 


sians, 312. 


2, 26, 29, Leviticus, 537. 


33' 34, Isaiah II., 288; Gala- 


5, Galatians, 151 ; Revelation, 


tians, 204. 


215. 


34, Ephesians, 91. 


6, Galatians, 309. 


37, Ephesians, 410; John Epis- 


7, 10, Ephesians, 270. 


tles, 232, 235. 


12, 15, Leviticus, 471. 


ROMANS IX., 1, Galatians, 108; 


13, Galatians, 101. 


James, 307. 


13-24, Galatians, 440. 


1-5, Galatians, 319. 


15, Leviticus, 538. 


4, s, Galatians, 130, 244, 438. 


16, Leviticus, 70; Ephesians, 


5, ^Galatians, 250; Pastoral 


6; Revelation, 244. 


Epistles, 429; Revelation, 81, 


17, Jeremiah I., 260. 


324- 


25, Leviticus, 470; Pastoral 


6, Revelation, 118. 


Epistles, 132. 


7, Jeremiah I., 96. 


26, Jeremiah I., 123. 


11, Ezekiel, 187. 


33-36, Ephesians, 12, 26. 


13, Twelve Prophets II., 350. 


ROMANS XII., 1, Exodus, 201; 


19, Galatians, 321. 


Leviticus, 59; I. Kings, 216; 


22, Galatians, 56; Ephesians, 


Ephesians, no; Peter, 72. 


in. 


4-9, Exodus, no. 


— -25, Twelve Prophets I., 235. 


5, I. Kings, 438. 


28, Galatians, 159. 


6-8, Peter, 172. 


ROMANS X., 2, Pastoral Epistles, 


7, 8, Ephesians, 239; Peter, 


58; James, 181, 198; Peter, 


173- 


238. 


8, II. Corinthians, 265. 


3, Philippians, 218. 


10, Peter, 56. 


4, Leviticus, 169; Galatians, 


12, Ephesians, 423; Thess:i 


222. 


lonians, 225. 


5, 6, Deuteronomy, 451. 


15, Peter, 120. 


6-8, Hebrews, 12. 


19, Jeremiah I., 266. 


7, Ephesians, 86. 


21, Peter, 90; John Epistles, 


8, Ephesians, 372, 373. 


232. 


9, Galatians, 156; Ephesians, 


ROMANS XIII., 1, James, 257. 


61. 


2, James, 168; Peter, 88. 


10, Acts II., 76. 


3, Peter, 169. 


12, Acts I., 339. 


4, Leviticus, 485. 


14, Ephesians, 56. 


8, 9, Ephesians, 46. 



ROMANS XIII.—RUSKIN 



273 



ROMANS XIII., 9, Galatians, 341. 


ROMANS XVI., 5, Colossians, 


10, Galatians, 342. 


403; Revelation, 244. 


11-14, Ephesians, 410; James, 


7, Galatians, 12; Ephesians, 


416. 


239- 


12, Ephesians, 399. 


7, 11, Acts II., 7. 


13, James, 198. 


13, Mark, 426. 


14, Ephesians, 286. 


16, Peter, 231. 


15, Peter, 72. 


17, 18, Galatians, 109; John 


ROMANS XIV., 4, Song of Solo- 


Epistles, 293. 


mon, 333; James, 258. 


20, Ephesians, 410. 


6-8, Hebrews, 321. 


22, Acts II., 50. 


10, Twelve Prophets II., 314; 


23, Pastoral Epistles, 415; 


John Epistles, 214. 


John Epistles, 301, 302. 


12, Galatians, 400. 


25, Pastoral Epistles, 132. 


14, Ezra, 268; Galatians, 140. 


25, 26, Galatians, 248; Ephe- 


15, Hebrews, 320. 


sians, 12, 45, 129, 157; Pas- 


18, Pastoral Epistles, 369. 


toral Epistles, 360. 


20, 21, Leviticus, 251. 


27, Pastoral Epistles, 429. 


21, Galatians, 389. 


ROME, Christianity at, Romans, 


22, Chronicles, 159. 


408-410. 


23, Daniel, 165; James, 122. 


Paul and the fall of, Thessa- 


ROMANS XV., 1-4, Galatians, 397. 


lonians, 324-328. 


3, Ephesians, 47. 


Paul's voyage to, Acts II., 450- 


5-7, Galatians, 160. 


47 1- 


6, 7, Ephesians, 206. 


a world center, John I., 25. 


8, II. Corinthians, 39. 


ROUTH, Martin J., Reliquiae Sac- 


9, IE Samuel, 361 ; James, 319. 


rae, Acts I., 81; John Epis- 


15, 16, Ephesians, 13. 


tles, 31, 35. 


16, 17, Galatians, 101, 401; 


RUBIES, Valley of, Proverbs, 49. 


Philippians, 151. 


RULERS, and ruled, Thessa- 


19,11. Corinthians, 362; Pas- 


lonians, 201-216. 


toral Epistles, 361. 


responsible to God, Leviticus, 


20, Isaiah II., 287. 


129. 


24, 28, Pastoral Epistles, 14. 


RUSKIN, John, nominal and prac- 


29, Thessalonians, 39. 


tical religion, Ezekiel, 256. 


30-32, Ephesians, 428. 


on the flower, Deuteronomy, 


ROMANS XVI., 1, 2, Acts II., 


94. 


332; Pastoral Epistles, 361; 


on gifts to the Temple, Num- 


John Epistles, 22. 


bers, 75. 


2, Colossians, 43. 


— — on the gloom of history, I. 


3, Pastoral Epistles, 414. 


Kings, 43. 



274 



A USKIN—R UTHERFORD 



RUSKIN, on a thunderstorm, 
Exodus, 151; I. Kings, 440. 

— — on walls. Song of Solomon, 172. 

quoted, Job, 372, 374, 396. 

RUTH, and David, I. Samuel, 
272. 

The story of, Judges, 363-420. 

RUTH, The book, Date of, Judges, 
409. 



RUTH I., 16, Hebrews, 261. 

RUTH II., 1, II. Kings, 224. 

10, 19, Psalms III., 4117. 

19, Jeremiah I., 176. 

RUTH IV., 15. Jeremiah I., 85. 

RUTHERFORD, Samuel, Song of 
Solomon, 45; II. Corinthians, 
314; Ephesians, 243; Thessa- 
lonians, 47. 



SABA TIER— S A CRIFICES 



275 



SABATIER, M., II. Corinthians, 

29, 177, 202; Galatians, 132. 

SABBATH, and Nehemiah, Ezra, 

344-347- 

Breach of the, Numbers, 180. 

Christ and the, Matthew, 157, 

159; Mark, 66-70; John I., 

193- 

■ in Chaldea, Numbers, 346. 

in Galilee, Luke, 148-161. 

law of Ezekiel, Numbers, 348. 

a means of unity, Numbers, 

191. 
Obligation for the, Numbers, 

348. 
Observance of the, Acts II., 16, 

393-397; Colossians, 231, 

233; Hebrews, 60, 62, 166. 
Social aspect of the, Numbers, 

189. 
Social service and the, Isaiah 

II., 414-422. 
to be observed, Exodus, 248, 

305-312; Deuteronomy, 71. 
A warning, Jeremiah I., 364, 

376. 
SABBATIC YEAR, The, Leviticus, 

502-518; Jeremiah I., 347. 
SABEANS, Job, 65; Acts II., 

344- 
SABELLIUS, Hebrews, 28. 
SACERDOTALISM, Numbers, 

209; Deuteronomy, 267, 268- 

270; Chronicles, 234. 
not in the New Testament, 

Exodus, 408. 



SACRAMENTS, Hebrews, 255. 

Old Testament, Isaiah I., 74. 

Romish doctrine of, I. Samuel, 

65. 

SACRED PLACES, Numbers, 391. 

SACRED YEAR, Numbers, 343. 

SACRIFICE OF JESUS CHRIST 
for us, Judges, 251; Job, 62; 
JohnL, 375386. 

made to restore holiness, Gene- 
sis, 66. 

of none effect if not accepted, 

Genesis, 36. 

Restraining influence of the, 

Genesis, 67. 

See Jesus Christ, ATONE- 
MENT. 

SACRIFICES TO GOD and Chris- 
tianity, Deuteronomy, 267- 
276. 

to be in the spirit, Genesis, 

200. 

SACRIFICES, Gifts and, Philip- 
pians, 353-368. 

Laws of, Deuteronomy, 253- 

266. 

of burnt-offering, Leviticus, 

29-62. 

of guilt offering, Leviticus, 155- 

174. 

of meal-offering, Leviticus, 63- 

81. 

of peace-offering, Leviticus, 82- 

108. 

of sin-offering, Leviticus, 109- 

154. 



276 



SA CRIFICES— SAMSON 



SACRIFICES, of the Temple, I. 

Kings, 196-221. 
Priests portions of, Leviticus, 

175-180. 

Significances of, Numbers, 360. 

SADNESS of Nehemiah, Ezra, iSS- 

190. 
SADDUCEES, Matthew, 214. 324; 

Mark, 330-336; Acts II., 33. 
SAFETY, Psalms I., 26, 169. 
SAINTS, I. Corinthians, 22; Phil- 

ippians, 12; Colossians, 11- 14, 

58; Hebrews, 214; James, 

378. 

SALMON, Dr. George, Psalms II., 
28o;ActsI.,2,S. 10,69,79,135, 
358,417511., 289; Ephesians, 
4; Pastoral Epistles, 8, 113, 
407; James, 21, 50, 55, 69, 
71, 139, 385, 425, 431. 

SALT, for the meal-offering, Leviti- 
cus, 75. 

for the speech, Colossians, 367- 

370. 

of the earth, Matthew, 63-66. 

SALVATION, aims at perfection of 

character, Genesis, 221. 

and law, Hebrews, 31. 

■ the end of God, Thessalonians, 

347, 348. 
for an end, Ephesians, 109- 

119. 
the gift of God, Genesis, 306; 

Thessalonians, 344-346. 
the Idea of God, Thessalonians, 

342. 

in sight, Isaiah II., 428-444. 

introduced through the affec- 
tions, Genesis, 252. 

its execution by God, Thessa- 
lonians, 346, 347. 



SALVATION, Personal, Judges, 
151; Thessalonians, 195-197. 

to the uttermost, Thessaloni- 
ans, 65. 

to be worked out, Philippians, 

132139- 
Work of the Trinity in, Peter, 

316. 
SAMARIA. See SHECHEM. 

Isaiah I., 95-147, 152-158. 

besieged by Shalmaneser, II. 

Kings, 240. 
Conversion of, Acts I., 355, 

sq-, 366-384. 
Elisha and the Syrians at, II. 

Kings, 76-86. 

Idolatry at, I. Kings, 352, 355. 

inhabitants deported, II. 

Kings, 247. 

Jehu and, II. Kings, 125. 

Later inhabitants of, II. Kings, 

248. 
Peter and John in, Acts I., 

369-384- 
Shalmaneser IV. and, II. Kings, 

279. 
Tiglath Pileser II. and, II. 

Kings, 278. 
SAMSON, Birth announced by the 

angel, Judges, 266-271. 
compared with Abraham, 

Judges, 281. 
dauntless in battle, Judges, 

293-306. 
failed in fidelity to God, Judges, 

302. 

Faith of, Hebrews, 362. 

in Gaza, Judges, 307-318. 

Last days of, Judges, 3 J 9-334- 

plunging into life, Judges, 279- 

292. 



SAMSON— I. SAMUEL XII. 



277 



SAMSON, Riddle of, Judges, 290. 

to be a Nazarite, Judges, 276. 

SAMUEL, and Saul at Gilgal, I. 
Samuel, 205, 216, 248. 

and the witch of Endor, I. 

Samuel, 409. 

anoints David, I. Samuel, 252- 

264. 

anoints Saul, I. Samuel, 145- 

156. 

Arrangements for, I. Samuel, 

20. 

as Judge, I. Samuel, 106. 

David flees to, I. Samuel, 312. 

dealings with the people, I. 

Samuel, 193-204. 

Death of, I. Samuel, 378-381. 

First meeting of Saul and, I. 

Samuel, 133-144. 

grieved with Saul, I. Samuel, 

247. 

Israel demands a king of, I. 

Samuel, 109-120. 

kills Agag, I. Samuel, 250. 

the last of the Judges, I. Sam- 
uel, 1. 

Message to, I. Samuel, 54. 

The name, I. Samuel, 18. 

not jealous of Saul, I. Samuel, 

178. 

• recognized as a prophet, I. 

Samuel, 59. 

Review of the life of, II. Sam- 
uel, 39 T "393- 

Saul brought to, I. Samuel, 

121-132. 

Vindication of himself, I. Sam- 
uel, 181-192. 

Vision of, I. Samuel, 49-60. 

SAMUEL, Book of, II. Samuel, 
388-400. 



I. SAMUEL I., 1, Psalms III., 348. 

4> r 3> Jeremiah I., 165. 

9, Psalms I., T,y. 

26, Daniel, 226. 

I. SAMUEL II., 8, Psalms II., 
362; III., 208; Daniel, 151. 

12, Jeremiah I., 83; Twelve 

Prophets I., 322. 

27-36, I. Kings, 118. 

36, Ezekiel,43i. 

I. SAMUEL III., 1, Song of Solo- 
mon, 157. 

3, Psalms I., 38. 

I. SAMUEL IV., 1, Joshua, 296. 

I. SAMUEL V., 1, 10, Joshua, 
296. 

5, Ezekiel, 428. 

6, Jeremiah I., 12. 

I. SAMUEL VI., 13, Isaiah II., 

363- 

20, Isaiah I., 64. 

I. SAMUEL VII., 6, Joshua, 350; 
Ezra, 128. 

14, Joshua, 255. 

16, Joshua, 318. 

17, Joshua, 318, 350. 

I. SAMUEL VIII., 10-18, I. Kings, 
241. 

15, Deuteronomy, 301; I. 

Kings, 143. 

I. SAMUEL IX., 9, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 20. 

31, Joshua, 318. 

I.SAMUEL X., 2, Jeremiah I., 146. 

5, Daniel, 30. 

26, Joshua, 318. 

I. SAMUEL XII., 17, Isaiah I., 

"3- 

19, Psalms III., 75. 

23, Jeremiah I., 163; Hebrews, 

263. 



278 



/. SAMUEL XIII.— II. SAMUEL XVI. 



I. SAMUEL XIII., 9, Psalms I., 

197. 

12, Twelve Prophets II., 280. 

I. SAMUEL XV., 18, 19, Numbers. 

1S3. 
- — 22, Leviticus, 240; Hebrews, 

*77- 

23, Psalms II., 22. 

29, Jeremiah I., 383. 

I. SAMUEL XVI. , 5, Jeremiah I., 
68. 

I. SAMUEL XVII., 25, Deuter- 
onomy, 300. 

39, Romans, 368. 

I. SAMUEL XVIII., 10, Daniel, 
30. 

19, Joshua, 293. 

22, Peter, 135. 

I. SAMUEL XIX., 20-24, Twelve 
Prophets I., 21. 

21-24, Daniel, 30. 

I. SAMUEL XX., 5, 6, Numbers, 

35i- 

6, Jeremiah I., 121. 

I. SAMUEL XXL, 3, 4, Psalms, 

266. 
I. SAMUEL XXIV., 7, Isaiah I., 

131- 

15, Psalms I., 334. 

I. SAMUEL XXV., 15, Jeremiah I., 

121. 

21, Jeremiah I., 130. 

I. SAMUEL XXVI., 19, Ezekiel, 

323- 
I. SAMUEL XXVII., 8, Joshua, 

255- 

I. SAMUEL XXVIII., 7-11, Leviti- 
cus, 411. 

I. SAMUEL XXIX., 4, Romans, 
141. 

I. SAMUEL XXX., Psalms I., 23. 



II. SAMUEL I., 18, Numbers, 11 ; 
Joshua. 229. 

23. Proverbs, 239. 

II. SAMUEL II., 15, 16. Joshua, 

3i9- 
II. SAMUEL III., 3, Joshua, 257. 

35, Ezekiel, 210. 

II. SAMUEL IV, 6, I. Kings, 146. 
II. SAMUEL V, 25, Hebrews, 263. 
II. SAMUEL VI., Psalms I., 234. 

9, Psalms III., 84. 

11, Twelve Prophets II., 24S. 

16, Ecclesiastes, 107. 

II. SAMUEL VII., Psalms I., 12; 

II., 490- 

2, Psalms III., 347. 

4-17, Isaiah I., 131. 

5. 6, Jeremiah II., 326. 

12-16, I. Kings, 34, 35. 

■ 14, Psalms II., 498; Galatians, 

230. 

17, Psalms II., 496. 

28, 29, Hebrews, 263. 

II. SAMUEL VIII., 1, 12, Joshua, 

255- 

2, 6, Hebrews, 263. 

3, Joshua, 257. 

16, I. Kings, 21. 

II. SAMUEL XL, Psalms II., 271. 

II. SAMUEL XII., 1, Twelve Proph- 
ets I., 25. 

14, Romans, no. 

II. SAMUEL XIII., 19, Jeremiah I., 
105. 

37. Joshua, 257. 

39, I. Kings, 78. 

II. SAMUEL XV., 25, Psalms, 26. 

30, Jeremiah I., 99. 

32, Jeremiah I., 128. 

II. SAMUEL XVI.. 8, Psalms I., 

25- 



//. SAMUEL XVII.— SATAN 



279 



II. SAMUEL XVII., 5, Jeremiah I., 


SARAH, Death of, Genesis, 227. 


7i- 


jealous of Hagar, Genesis, 214. 


12, Psalms III., 188. 


The laughter of, Genesis, 169. 


13, Jeremiah I., 23. 


SARASA, James, 273. 


27, Twelve Prophets II., 82. 


SARCASM, a species of false wit- 


II. SAMUEL XVIII., 6, Psalms II., 


ness, Exodus, 325. 


220. 


SARDIS, Church at, Revelation, 


II. SAMUEL XIX., 33, Jeremiah 


56-61. 


I., 56. 


SAREPTA, Elijah at, I. Kings, 


II. SAMUEL XX., 1, Ezekiel, 316. 


372-382. 


3, Jeremiah I., 107. 


SARPI, Paolo, Romans, 100. 


24, I. Kings, 21. 


SARGON, Isaiah I., 3, 148, 169, 


II. SAMUEL XXII., 11, PsalmsIL, 


198. 


276. 


and Judah, II. Kings, 320. 


II. SAMUEL XXIIL, 1-7, Peter, 31. 


captures Samaria, II. Kings, 


4, Psalms II., 322. 


240-243. 


20, Isaiah L, 211. 


defeats Merodach Baladan, II. 


II. SAMUEL XXIV., 24, Jeremiah 


Kings, 323. 


II., 312. 


Inscription of, II. Kings, 490. 


25, Leviticus, 105. 


replaces the population of 


SANBALLAT, The Horonite, 


Samaria, II. Kings, 254. 


Ezra, 236-238, 261, 321. 


SARUM OFFICE, James, 342. 


SANCTIFICATION, Use of the 


SATAN, as an angel of light, II. 


word, Hebrews, 178. 


Corinthians, 332. 


what it is, Hebrews, 41. 


as tempter, Hebrews, 72. 


■ See HOLINESS. 


Atonement not given to, He- 


SANCTUARY, The, carefully 


brews, 43. 


guarded, Numbers, 43. 


challenged, Job, 40. 


established, Deuteronomy,32i. 


Deliverance from, Colossians, 


Ezekiel and, Ezekiel, 404-423. 


61. 


Iniquity of, Numbers, 402. 


Delivering unto, Pastoral 


Nearness of, Psalms II., 442. 


Epistles, 74. 


Outer,has ceased, Hebrews, 150, 


Destruction of, Hebrews, 42. 


sq., 158. 


disappears, Job, 71. 


Right of, Numbers, 402; I. 


his question, Job, 42. 


Kings, 186, 187. 


in Chronicles, 270-298. 


SANHEDRIN, The, Acts I., 181, 


Judgment of, Revelation, 335- 


188, 233, 234. 


359- 


SARAH, wife of Abraham, Gene 


of Dante, Job, 35. 


sis, 100, sq., 149, sq. ; Peter, 


of Job, Job, 34-49, 68-74. 


113. 


of Milton, Job, 35. 



280 



SATAN— SC£ FA'S SONS 



SATAN, Paul's view of, Ephesians, 
399-404. 

Personality of, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 77-80; James, 150, 240. 

Power and limits of, James, 

238-244. 

Power of, Job, 36. 

The scape-goat sent to, Leviti- 
cus, 270. 

The serpent not symbolical of, 

Genesis, 16. 

tempts Christ, Matthew, 39- 

47- 

SAUL, among the prophets, I. 
Samuel, 153. 

and Samuel at Gilgal, I. Sam- 
uel, 204, 248. 

anointed by Samuel, I. Sam- 
uel, 145-156. 

at Endor, I. Samuel, 404-415. 

brought to Samuel, I. Samuel, 

121-132. 

Character of, I. Samuel, 439. 

chosen king, I. Samuel, 157- 

168. 

• a coward, I. Samuel, 431. 

David harper to, I. Samuel, 

267. 

David spares the life of, I. Sam- 
uel, 366-377. 

David's lament for, II. Samuel, 

1-13- 

Death of, I. Samuel, 429-440. 

efforts against David, I. Sam- 
uel, 305-316. 

Final rejection of, I. Samuel, 

241-252. 

First meeting of Samuel and, 

I. Samuel, 133-144. 

• First offence of, I. Samuel, 

2X2, 



SAUL, jealous of David, I. Samuel, 
292-299. 

mutilation of his body, I. Sam- 
uel, 436. 

The people delighted with, I. 

Samuel, 176. 

• relieves Jabesh-Gilead, I. Sam- 
uel, 169-180. 

Review of the life of, II. Sam- 
uel, 393-395- 

slays Abimelech, I. Samuel, 346. 

Wilfulness of, I. Samuel, 229- 

240. 

SAVINGS BANKS, Acts I., 204, 
205. 

SAVANAROLLA persecuted, I. 
Kings, 422. 

SAXONS justified in raiding Brit- 
ain, Judges, 7. 

SAYCE, A. H., Psalms III., 190, 
295; Isaiah I., 411; II., 165, 
I 79> 457> Jeremiah II., 206, 
259; Daniel, 56, 58, 60, 61, 
172; Twelve Prophets II., 19, 

524- 
on cities of Canaan destroyed, 

Numbers, 183. 
on the origin of the Sabbath, 

Numbers, 346. 

on Pethor, Numbers, 262. 

SCANDAL, The Greek word for, 

John Epistles, 131. 
in the church, II. Corinthians, 

81. 
SCAPE-GOAT, The, Leviticus, 

264-274. 
SCEPTICISM, Job, 41, 140; Isaiah 

I., 15, 16. 
materialistic, Ecclesiastes, 

I7I-I73- 
SCEVA'S SONS, Acts II., 355. 



SCHAFF— SEEKING A SIGN 



281 



SCHAFF, Philip, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 395; James, 32, 399. 

SCHLEIERMACHER, F. E., Pas- 
toral Epistles, 78. 

SCH.MIDT, P., Thessalonians, 43, 
142. 

SCHMIEDEL, Paul Wilhelm, II. 
Corinthians, 13, 65, 163, 177, 
179, 182, 213, 218, 250, 253, 
267, 304, 311, 34S> 374- 

SCHOOLS OF THE PROPHETS, 
David a member? I. Samuel, 
271. 

SCHOPENHAUER, Arthur, Job, 
2,y, 39; Ecclesiastes, 4. 

SCHOTT, Heinrich August, 
James, 407, 418. 

SCILLITAN MARTYRS, Acts I., 

15- 

SCHRADER, Eberhard, Isaiah I., 
308, 309, 321; Daniel, 49, 53, 
55, 77, J 29» 146. 170; Twelve 
Prophets I., 172, 174; II., 176, 
216. 

SCHULTZ, Hermann, Isaiah I., 
137; II., 262, 400; Twelve 
Prophets I., 99. 

SCHURER, Emil, Daniel, 76, 291; 
Twelve Prophets I., 409; Acts 
II., 25, 431; James, 50, 423, 
424, 439. 

SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE, and 
the church, Deuteronomy, 216. 

cultivating self-interest, Exo- 
dus, 317. 

its lack does not disqualify the 

teacher of truth, Genesis, 4. 

not a necessity for the teacher 

of truth, Genesis, 5. 

not a possession of ancient 

times, Genesis, 2. 



SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE, not 

a revelation, Proverbs, 380. 
not sufficient, Jeremiah I., 326, 

327- 

tells us what we must believe, 

Judges, m-114. 

SCORNER, The, Proverbs, 125, 
129. 

SCOTT, Thomas, Romans, 324; 
Hebrews, 248. 

SCOTT, Sir Walter, Jeremiah II., 
47, 167; John Epistles, 95. 

SCRIBISM, Ezra, in. 

SCRIPTURE, to be used in temp- 
tation, Matthew, 46. 

SCRIPTURE AND SCIENCE at 
variance, Genesis, 4. 

SCRIVENER, F. H. A., John Epis- 
tles, vii. 

SCYTHIANS, The, II Kings, 378; 
Jeremiah I., i2-i4;Ezekiel,4-6; 
Twelve Prophets II., 15. 

as the scourge of God, Jere- 
miah I., 134-148. 

SEALED, The, Revelation, 114- 
124. 

SECOND ADVENT, The, Mat- 
thew, 340-349; Acts I., 33-41; 
Philippians, 303-310; Thessa- 
lonians, 60, 184-198. 

- — Duty and, Romans, 361- 
368. 

Nearness of, Pastoral Epistles, 

378, 428. 

SECOND BIRTH, The, John I., 
105-116. 

SECTARIANISM, Folly of, I. Cor- 
inthians, 94. 

SEEKING A SIGN, Genesis, 135, 
246; Exodus, 120; Mark, 209, 
210; John I., 165, 277. 



282 



SEER— SERVANT OF GOD, OF ISRAEL 



SEER, The term, II. Kings, 201; 


SENNACHERIB, his defeat at 


Twelve Prophets, 17. 


Jerusalem, II. Kings, 331-350. 


SELAH, Psalms I., 25. 


Inscriptions of, II. Kings, 490- 


SELDEN, John, De Synedriis, Acts 


492. 


L, 181, 278, 295. 


SENSUAL, Meaning in the New 


SELEUCID KINGS. Daniel, 241. 


Testament, James, 200, 453. 


SELF-CONTROL necessary, Deu- 


SEPHARAD, Twelve Prophets II., 


teronomy, 197. 


176. 


SE-LF-DECEPTION, II. Samuel, 


SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS, James, 


176. 


21, 330- 


SELF-KNOWLEDGE, Song of 


SEPTUAGINT, Hebrews, 35, 139, 


Solomon, 233. 


309- 


SELF-SACRIFICE, Genesis, 119, 


SERAIAH, The scribe, II. Samuel, 


207; Judges, 249, 331, 333. 


128. 


of Joshua, Joshua, 323. 


SERBONIAN BOG, Isaiah I., 


understood by God, Genesis, 


361. 


209. 


SERGIUS PAULUS, Acts II., 201- 


SELF-SURRENDER, Romans, 


206. 


168, 169, 333. 


SERMON ON THE MOUNT, and 


SELFISHNESS, Matthew, yy. 


the law, Exodus, 2S3. 


and its reward, I. Samuel, 3S4. 


Gospel of the kingdom, Mat- 


blind, Proverbs, 297. 


thew, 57-104; Luke, 241-254. 


killed by love, Deuteronomy, 


Secret of the, Proverbs, 359. 


142. 


SERPENT, the agent of Eve's 


not the aim of existence, 


temptation, Genesis, 15. 


Judges, 136, 137. 


Fiery, Numbers, 246. 


not Christian, Deuteronomy, 


not symbolical of Satan, Gene- 


199. 


sis, 16. 


powerful, I. Samuel, 191. 


Temptation comes like a ser- 


refined, Ecclesiastes, 250. 


pent, Genesis, 20. 


slaying, Colossians, 271-289. 


SERVANT OF GOD, OF ISRAEL, 


to be resisted, Philippians, 107, 


as prophet and martyr, Isaiah 


111-113. 


H., 313- 


SEMITES, Primitive religion of the, 


as realized by one man, Isaiah 


Job, 180. 


II., 276. 


SENIOR, The title, Acts II., 417. 


Chief end, Isaiah II., 317. 


SENNACHERIB, II. Kings, 324; 


fulfilled by Christ, Isaiah II., 


Psalms II., 80, 87, 149, 359, 


267, 281, sq., 367. 


367; Isaiah I., 209, 302, 308- 


an individual's objections an- 


3!5> 355362. 


swered, Isaiah II., 270, 2/2, 


and Judea, II. Kings, 325. 


274, 405. 



SERVANT OF GOD, 


OF ISAIAH— SHEBA 283 


SERVANT OF GOD, OF ISAIAH, 


SEVEN, Trumpets, Revelation, 


Deuteronomy, 109; Job, 15; 


13-156, 189-195. 


Isaiah II., 233-280. 


SEVEN CHURCHES, The, Exo- 


as a nation, Isaiah II., 236, 


dus, 384; Number, 82. 


2 5 6. 


Epistle to, Revelation, 21-64. 


as a part of a nation, Isaiah 


Salutation to, Revelation, 5. 


II-, 257. 


SEVENTYWEEKS of Daniel, Dan 


Christ's relation to, Isaiah II., 


iel, 268-291. 


142. 


SHADOW of turning, James, 98. 


( J od's commission of, Isaiah II., 


SHADRACH, MESHACII AND 


132. 


ABEDNEGO, Daniel, 167-183. 


his character, Isaiah II., 254. 


SHALLUM, King of Israel, II. 


in the New Testament, Isaiah 


Kings, 218. 


II., 278-289. 


SHAKESPEARE, William.quoted, 


Passages on, Isaiah II., 233. 


Proverbs, 73, 86, 234, 241; 


SERVANTS, Indebted to, I. Sam- 


Ecclesiastes, 176, 177, 213, 


uel, 128. 


248; Isaiah I., 53, 56; Jere- 


Master and, Ephesians, 390- 


miah I., 288; Daniel, 139; 


393; Colossians, 345-353- 


Mark, 143; John II., 68; Ephe- 


Treatment of, Proverbs, 387. 


sians, 247; John Epistles, 95, 


SERVICE, Age of, Numbers, 23. 


130, 176. 


Christian, Peter, 95-107. 


SHALMANESER II., Inscriptions 


theend of individuality, Judges, 


of, II. Kings, 489. 


30. 


Jehu and, II. Kings, 143-145. 


Equipment for, Judges, 184. 


SHALMANESER IV., Ecclesiastes, 


for God's glory, Peter, 163- 


35- 


176. 


and Samaria, II. Kings, 279. 


the highest distinction, 


SHAME, as the result of sin, Gene- 


Joshua, 42, 43. 


sis, 23, 24. 


of God and man, Isaiah II., 


God relieves man's, Genesis, 26. 


290-312. 


Sin and, Song of Solomon, 


of the unmarried, I. Corinthi- 


324-334- 


ans, 168, 169. 


SHAMELESSNESS in serving 


Public, II. Samuel, 226. 


God, Pastoral Epistles, 370. 


SETH, Family of, Genesis, 51. 


SHAMGAR, Judges, 88, 89. 


SEVEN, Bowls, Revelation, 259- 


SHEBA, Queen of, and Solomon, 


276. 


I. Kings, 227. 


heads of the beast, Revelation, 


SHEBA, Son of David, defeated, 


283-286. 


II. Samuel, 322. 


Importance of the number, 


Insurrection of, II. Samuel, 314- 


Revelation, 28, 29. 


3 2 5. 



284 



SHEBNA— SILENCE 



SHEBNA, Isaiah I.," 3 17. 


SHILOH destroyed, I. Samuel, y^. 


SHECANIAH, Ezra, 143-146. 


Elkanah's offering at, I. Sam- 


SHECHEM, Judges, 210. 


uel, 22. 


becomes the capital of Israel, 


Promise of the, Hebrews, 249. 


I. Kings, 340-34-2- 


The Tabernacle erected at, 


Jacob in, Genesis, 313-315. 


Joshua, 312-315. 


Joshua and Israel at, Joshua, 


The word, Genesis, 433. 


388. 


SHIMEI, begs pardon, II. Samuel, 


SHECHINAH, Numbers, 89. 


296. 


SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe, quoted, 


Character of, I. Kings, 99-100. 


Song of Solomon, 88; Peter, 


denounces the polity of David, 


10. 


II. Samuel, 244. 


Skylark quoted, Song of Solo- 


SHISHAK, King of Egypt, I. 


mon, 21, 295, 296. 


Kings, 315; Chronicles, 324. 


SHEMAIAH, The prophet, Ezra, 


SHITTIM, Israel at, Joshua, 96. 


265-268; Jeremiah II., 138. 


SHORTHAND, Ancient use of, Acts 


SHEOL, Life in, Job, 183. 


I., 108, 312. 


No hope in, Job, 211. 


SHRINE-MAKERS, Ephesian,Acts 


No penalty in, Job, 255. 


II., 369- 


Redemption from, Psalms II., 


SHUNEM, Elisha at, II. Kings, 43. 


no. 


SHUR, The wilderness, Exodus, 


Semitic conception of, Isaiah I., 


225-231. 


411. 


SHUSHAN GATE, Acts I., 158. 


SHEPHERD LIFE, Genesis, 46; I. 


SIBYL, Fable of the, Hebrews, 59. 


Samuel, 273. 


SIBYLLINE ORACLES, James, 


and the good shepherd, Psalms 


5i- 


I., 227-232; John I., 319-334; 


SICARII, James, 221. 


Peter, 201-210. 


SICK, The, Anointing of, James, 


and kings, Jeremiah II., 100- 


326-331. 


102, 324. 


SIDON, Ezekiel, 259-261. 


SHEPHERD OF HERMAS, Acts 


Church at, Acts II., 461. 


!•• 97; 3S 2 ; II- Corinthians, 


Paul at, Acts II., 461. 


52- 


SIFTING, Psalms I., 8. 


SHEPHERDS, Adoration of the, 


SIHON, The Amorite, Numbers, 


Luke, 67-79. 


254; Deuteronomy, 57. 


SHEW-BREAD, Leviticus, 477- 


SILAS, Acts II., 257, 325; Peter, 


479- 


229. 


SHIBBOLETHS, Judges, 254- 


SILENCE, and speech, Isaiah II., 


265. 


322. 


SHIGGAION, Psalms I., 58. 


Argument from, Acts II., 342, 


SHILOAH, Isaiah I., 122. 


361, 393- 



SILENCE—SIN 



285 



SILENCE, under suffering, Isaiah 

II., 360. 
SILOAM INSCRIPTION, II. 

Kings, 493. 
SIMEON, Son of Jacob, and 

Jacob's blessing, Genesis, 429. 
• and the Schechemites, Genesis, 

3M- 

SIMEON. The tribe, Numbers, 330. 

SIMEON, of the New Testament, 
nunc dimmittis, Luke, 44-46. 

SIMON OF CYRENE, Matthew, 
422; Mark, 426. 

SIMON THE SORCERER, Mag- 
nus, and the gift of the Holy 
Ghost, II. Samuel, 5; Acts I., 

357. 385-397- 
SIMON THE TANNER, Acts II., 

119. 
SIMONY, Acts I., 394. 
SIN, Isaiah I., 52, 69, 255. 
against love, Twelve Prophets 

L, 346-354- 
All unrighteousness is, John 

Epistles, 260-273. 

and the law, Isaiah II., 388. 

and shame, Song of Solomon, 

324-334- 

and sickness, Peter, 101. 

and suffering, Song of Solo- 
mon, 108-119. 

begets sin, I. Samuel, 434. 

Besetting, Hebrews, 277. 

borne by God, Isaiah II., 177- 

188. 

— —borne by Jeremiah and Ezekiel, 
Isaiah II., 352. 

borne by the servant, Isaiah 

IL, 336-374- 
. — the cause of all trouble, Joshua, 

- 6 2- 



SIN, causes despair, Genesis, 38. 

Christ incapable of, Hebrews, 

72. 

Confession of, James, 335-343. 

Continuance in, not a necessity, 

Genesis, 37. 

Covering, Joshua, 192. 

a curse, Joshua, 170, 187, 188, 

387; II. Samuel, 325. 

Death the curse of, Genesis, 28. 

Death the punishment of, Gene- 
sis, 25; Joshua, 261. 

Delight in the discussion of, 

Genesis, 78. 

Deliverance from, Luke, 146. 

a departing from God, I. Sam- 
uel, 410. 

Does it bring suffering? Job, 

157- 

effect on man's material circum- 
stance, Isaiah I., 416-427. 

The essential demerit of u I. 

Samuel, 115. 

Eternal, Mark, 95-99. 

ever seducive, Genesis, y6. 

— — Ezekiel conception of, Ezekiel, 

*39- 
Fearlessness in attacking, I. 

Samuel, 291. 
Forgiveness of, Genesis, 44; 

Matthew, 95-99. 
God and, Song of Solomon, 

218-229. 
gradual in its approach, I. 

Samuel, 391; Psalms I., 3. 
Grounds of forgiveness, Isaiah 

II., 79- 
Its effects, Isaiah II., 387 ; John 

I., 186. 
Its nature, Proverbs, 363, 

367- 



286 



SIN— SLA VER Y 



SIN, Its punishment, Isaiah II., 29, 

46S- 
Its results, Proverbs, 71, 74, 

101. 

Its seductions, Proverbs, 68. 

Kinds of, Psalms I., 193. 

Leprosy the type of, Leviticus, 

336. 
Man of, Thessalonians, 305- 

322. 
Method of judging, Joshua, 

175- 

Nemesis of, I. Kings, 63, 118. 

not as sudden as it seems, 

Genesis, 35. 

not confined to the sinner, Gen- 
esis, 25. 

of scant measure, Twelve 

Prophets I., 426-434. 

One taste ruins, Genesis, 23. 

Origin of, Genesis, 17. 

Pain and, Job, 56. 

Past, Colossians, 282-284. 

pertains to being, Leviticus, 

310. 

Shame the first result, Gene- 
sis, 23, 24- 

Source of Israel's, Psalms I., 

393- 

Subtle, Numbers, 247. 

the supreme apostasy, Chron- 
icles, 357. 

to be cultivated out of the 

world, Genesis, 31. 

to be fought on the knees, I. 

Samuel, 97. 

unto death, John Epistles, 254- 

259. 

Wages of, I. Samuel, 172; 

Psalms I., 66; II., 10; Prov- 
erbs, 36. 



SIN, A way back to God from all, 
Genesis, 26. 

Ways and issues of, Proverbs, 

65, 78. 

We can rise above it only 

through God, Genesis, 26. 

SIN-OFFERING, Exodus, 412, 
413; Leviticus, 109-154; Num- 
bers, 349; Hebrews, 322. 

for a Nazirite, Numbers, 64. 

a he-goat, Numbers, 354. 

not for moral guilt, Numbers, 

65. 

SINAI, Elijah at, I. Kings, 426- 
430. 

Israel at, Exodus, 270-279; 

Numbers, 383; Hebrews, 297. 

SINAITICUS, Codex, James, 5, 

403- 
SINCERITY, Philippians, 34; 

Pastoral Epistles, 397-405. 

of mind, Job, 169. 

SINGON STREET, Acts II., 157. 
SINGULARITY, I. Samuel, 118. 
SINIM, Land of, Isaiah II., 

383- 

SINUESSA, Council of, Acts II., 
144. 

SISERA, Judges, 101-105. 

"SIX HUNDRED AND SIXTY- 
SIX," Revelation, 235. 

SKELLIGS, Acts II., 88. 

SLANDER forbidden, Leviticus, 
400. 

Warning against, Thessaloni- 
ans, 79, 80. 

SLAVERY, Pastoral Epistles, 
175-184, 248-250, 253-257; 
Peter, 96-99. 

and Christianity, Colossians, 

459-468. 



SLA VER Y—SOCINUS 



287 



SLAVERY, and thespirit of Christ, 
Deuteronomy, 215. 

Effects of, Exodus, 94. 

Hebrew, Exodus, 339; Deuter- 
onomy, 394, 424-4J9. 

The Jubilee and, Leviticus, 

497-501. 

Overthrow of American, 

Chronicles, 344; Song of Solo- 
mon, 330. 

Paul and, Colossians, 348- 

3SO. 

Pagan, Acts I., 58; II., 314; 

Ephesians, 387-390. 

SLAVES, Manumission of, Pas- 
toral Epistles, 181, 184, 248. 

SLOTHFULNESS, Judges, 296; 
John Epistles, 257. 

SLUGGARD, The, Proverbs, 82- 
84, 263. 

SMEND, Rudolf, quoted, Ezekiel, 
191, 276, 410, 412, 466, 476, 
493 ; Daniel, 67 ; Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 292, 506. 

SMITH, James, Voyage of St. 
Paul, Acts II., 459. 

SMITH, W. Robertson, Expansion 
of law of covenant, Deuter- 
onomy, 60. 

on criticism and faith, Deuter- 
onomy, 34. 

on the sanctity of the first- 
born, Numbers, 3J. 

quoted, Job, 43; Song of Solo- 
mon, 14; Isaiah I., 126, 137, 
169, 200; II., 23, 215, 248; 
Ezekiel, 85, 322, 390, 402, 
436, 462, 464, 477, 484; Dan- 
iel, 48; Tv/elve Prophets I., 20, 
38, 109, 136, 171, 172, 203, 
205, 218, 238, 272, 311, 316, 



381; II., 42, 49, 226, 237, 

3'o, 33', 335- 337, 339, 357, 
376, 380, 386, 419, 506. 

SMITH, W., Dictionary of Chris- 
tian Antii/uities, Acts I., 144; 
II. ,176; Pastoral Epistles, 
249. 

SMITH, \V., Dictionary of Chris- 
tian Biography, Acts I., xi, 2, 
<6, 25, 32, 65, 79, 112, 120, 
125, iS7> 239. 257. 259. 270, 
274, 342; II., 6, 14, 259, 273, 

344. 353. 367, 434- 

SMITH, W., Dictionary of Creek 
and Roman Geography, Acts 
I., 412. 

SMYRNA, The church at, Revela- 
tion, 46-49. 

SOBRIETY in religion, Pastoral 
Epistles, 241, 245; Peter, 42- 
44, 165, 166. 

SOCIAL DISORDER, Numbers, 
165; Deuteronomy, 419^ 420; 
Job, 331. 

SOCIALISM, Proverbs, 137, 147, 
395; Isaiah II., 296; Jeremiah 
II., 280; Mark, 280; I. Corin- 
thians, 393; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 185-187. 

and faith, Deuteronomy, 207, 

208. 

Christian, Acts I., 206. 

has no Biblical sanction, Exo- 
dus, '243. 

SOCIETY, compared to the body, 
I. Corinthians, 283. 

Composition of, Genesis, 113. 

Evils of, condemned, Colos- 
sians, 276-278. 

Life in, John Epistles, 146. 

SOCINUS, Faustus, Hebrews, 169. 



288 



SOCRA TES—SONG OF SOLOMON 



SOCRATES, Ecclesiastes, 299; 


SOLOMON, Harem of, I. Kings, 


Isaiah I., 260; Hebrews, 76; 


245-249. 


James, 340. 


Hollow prosperity of, I. Kings, 


SODOM, Genesis, 115,131; Ezekiel, 


230-238. 


136, 137- 


in all his glory, I. Kings, 222- 


Abraham intercedes for, Gene- 


229. 


sis, 172-185. 


Judgment of, I. Kings, 127. 


ripe for punishment, Genesis, 


Last days of, I. Kings, 250- 


191. 


265. 


visited by angels, Genesis, 176, 


— -Legend of the death of, I. 


186. 


Kings, 262. 


SOLDIERS, as a type of Chris- 


not the author of all the Prov- 


tians, Pastoral Epistles, 344- 


erbs, Proverbs, 2, 106. 


35o. 


not the author of Ecclesiastes, 


religion, Joshua, 403. 


Ecclesiastes, 7-20. 


SOLIDARITY OF MANKIND, 


Old age of, I. Kings, 239- 


Joshua, 172; Ephesians, 312- 


249. 


318. 


Rehoboam succeeds, I. Kings, 


of Christendom, Pastoral 


269. 


Epistles, S6. 


Reign of, Chronicles, 169-197. 


SOLITARINESS, John II., 237. 


Wisdom of the boy King, I. 


SOLOMON, and the authorship of 


Kings, 120-133. 


the Song of Solomon, Song of 


'•SOJV," Psalms I., 21. 


Solomon, 4, n. 


SON OF MAN, Mark, 52-56. 


and Elijah compared, I. Kings, 


Coming of the, Matthew, 340- 


497-499. 


349- 


and the Queen of Sheba, I. 


Sin against, Hebrews, 95. 


Kings, 227. 


" SONG OF THE BOW," Joshua, 


and the succession, I. Kings, 87. 


229; II. Samuel, 7-13. 


and the Temple, I. Kings, 149- 


SONG OF DEBORAH, Numbers, 


171. 


383; Judges, 106-134; Chroni- 


Anointing of, I. Kings, 89. 


cles, 349; Psalms II., 275. 


Beginning of the reign of, I. 


SONG OF THE LAMB, Revela- 


Kings, 105-119. 


tion, 261. 


the charge of Nathan, I. Kings, 


SONG OF MOSES, Exodus, 216- 


83- 


225; Deuteronomy, 452-260; 


Choice of, I. Kings, 124. 


Joshua, 411. 


Commerce of, I. Kings, 224, 


SONG OF SOLOMON, and Abishag, 


233- 


I. Kings, 109. 


Court and Kingdom of, I. 


Canonicity of, Song of Solo- 


Kings, 1 34- 1 48' 


mon, 53-62. 



SONG OF SOLOMON— STARS 



289 



SONG OF SOLOMON, Mystical 
interpretation of, Song of 
Solomon, 41-52. 

Origin, I. Kings, 279. 

Structure of, Song of Solomon, 

3-14- 

SONG OF SOLOMON VIII., 3, 
Revelation, 115. 

SONG OF THE THREE CHIL- 
DREN, Daniel, 180. 

"SONG OF THE WELL," Num- 
bers, 252. 

SONSHIP, and the servile spirit, 
Genesis, 223. 

of Christ denned, Hebrews, 28. 

a revelation of God, Hebrews, 

12. 

SOOTHSAYING, Chaldean, Num- 
bers, 263. 

SOPHOCLES, Ecclesiastes, 151. 

SORCERY, Law of, Exodus, 349- 

353- 
SORROW, a help to the pilgrimage, 

Psalms II., 446. 

Man's abuse of, Isaiah I., 54. 

not peculiar to Christians, 

Philippians, 253. 
not to be continually indulged, 

Genesis, 228. 
SOSIPATROS, Acts II., 199. 
SOSTHENES, I. Corinthians, 19. 
SOUL, The word, Thessalonians, 

254- 

SOUL-LIFE, Proverbs, 191-202. 

SOUTH, Robert, John Epistles, 
182. 

SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD, Gene- 
sis, 106; Romans, 252-260. 

SOWING AND REAPING, Gala- 
tians, 405-418; Thessalonians, 
142-147. 



SOZOMEN, James, 340. 

SPEECH, Silence and, Isaiah II., 
322-327. 

SPENCER, Herbert, Philosophy 
of, Job, 52; Proverbs, 380. 

SPENSER, Edmund, Deuter- 
onomy, 189; Song of Solomon, 
330- 

SPERATUS, St., Acts I., 15. 

SPIES, The, despatched, Num- 
bers, 151. 

Doom of the ten, Numbers, 

173- 

Evil report of, Numbers, 158. 

in Jerico, Joshua, 82-94. 

SPIRIT, and body, Exodus, 105. 
Endowment of the, Numbers, 

130. 
of the Lord and Saul, I. Sam- 
uel, 174. 
SPIRITUAL, and sensual, Song of 

Solomon, 52. 

thirst, John I., 254. 

SPIRITUALISM, Leviticus, 411; 

Hebrews, 11. 
SPIRITUALITY, Numbers, 296. 

and profession, Genesis, 35. 

SPON AND WHEELER, Acts II., 

312. 
SPRINGS, mentioned in the Bible, 

Peter, 313-315. 
STADE, Bernhard, Ezekiel, 318, 

410; Twelve Prophets II., 6, 

468. 
STANDARDS, Numbers, 27. 
STANLEY, Dean A. P., Acts I., 

354; II., 57, 301. 
STANTON, V. H., Isaiah I., 143; 

Thessalonians, 295; James, 

412, 439. 
STARS, Wandering, James, 432. 



290 



ST A TISTICS— SUFFERING 



STATISTICS in Chronicles, 


"STRANGE FIRE," of Nadab and 


Chronicles, 64-71. 


Abihu, Leviticus, 237-255; 


STEADFASTNESS, Undaunted 


Numbers, 31. 


and united, Philippians, 77- 


STRANGERS, Rights of, Exodus, 


94; Peter, 365-374. 


353357; Numbers, 1S2; Deu- 


STEALING forbidden, Exodus, 


teronomy, 293, 294, 393, 394. 


321-324- 


STRAUSS, David F., I. Corinthi- 


STEPHANAS, Acts II., 326. 


ans, 3 3 5 ; Pastoral Epistles, 7 7 ; 


STEPHEN, and the ministry, Acts 


James, 381; John Epistles, 45. 


I., 268-292. 


STRENGTH and weakness, II. Cor- 


defence and doctrine of inspira- 


inthians, 342-358. 


tion. Acts I., 293-321. 


Spiritual, Ephesians, 186-188. 


the first martyr, Acts I., 322- 


STUDENTS, Kinds of, Ecclesias- 


345- 


tes, 276. 


Martyrdom of, Acts I., 248- 


SUAREZ, James, 322. 


251. 


SUBMISSION and penitence 


refers to Moses, Exodus, 73. 


James, 238, 246. 


reproaches the Jews, Hebrews, 


of David, II. Samuel, 251; 


23- 


Psalms II., 9. 


STERNHOLD AND HOPKINS, 


SUCCESS, depends largely upon 


Psalms, Acts I., 381. 


foresight, Genesis, 90. 


STEWARDSHIP, Leviticus, 396. 


Indifferent ones desire to be 


and service, Colossians, 124- 


considered as having, Judges, 


125. 


189. 


STEWART, Canon Dale, Revela- 


Paul's ideal of, Philippians, 61. 


tion, 356. 


Sanctified, Judges, 80. 


STIER, Rudolf, James, 32, 199, 


SUCCOTH and Gideon, Judges, 


297- 325. 333' 399- 


190. 


STILLINGFLEET, Edward, Acts 


SUETONIUS, Acts II., 163, 273, 


I., 134, 137. 


3 2 3- 3 2 7\ Romans, 13. 


STOICISM, James, 66, 133, 315. 


SUFFERING, and consolation, II. 


STONES erected at the Jordan, 


Corinthians, 10-22. 


Joshua, 115, 116. 


and glory, Thessalonians, 289- 


STORMS, of more than ordinary 


304- 


import, Judges, no. 


and thanksgiving, Thessaloni- 


their influence in history, Exo- 


ans, 228. 


dus, 153. 


as discipline, Job, 59; Psalms 


Thunder, Psalms I., 1 71-175, 


II., 2. 


273-279. 


Door of hope through, Job, 68. 


STRABO, Acts II., 199, 204. 


for itself not an end, Judges, 


STRAIGHT STREET, Acts II., 52. 


333- 



SUFFERING— SYRIAC VERSION 291 


SUFFERING, for well-doing, Peter, 


SWEARING, forbidden, Exodus, 


133148- 


302-305; James, 302-308. 


The lessons of, Peter, 149-162. 


Habit of, II. Kings, 59. 


of the good, Thessalonians, 


SWEATING SYSTEM, Proverbs, 


112. 


31, 296. 


Sin and, Song of Solomon, 


SYCOMORE, The, Twelve Proph- 


108-119. 


ets, 77. 


Use of, Job, 61; John I., 306, 


SYMBOLISM, Christian, Num- 


307- 


bers, 193. 


Vicarious, Isaiah II., 64, 272, 


of Candelabrum, Numbers, 79. 


33i, 355-358, 422. 


of the cloud, Numbers, 93. 


SUICIDE, I. Samuel, 432-434. 


of the life of David, I. Samuel, 


Job does not think of, Job, 97, 


261. 


124. 


of Old Testament sacrifices, 


SUMPTUARY LAWS, Folly of, 


Deuteronomy, 268. 


Deuteronomy, 188. 


of Revelation, Revelation, 35. 


SUN AND MOON STANDING 


of the Sabbath, Numbers, 191. 


STILL, Joshua, 230-233. 


SYMPATHY, for the oppressed, 


SUN-WORSHIP, Ezekiel, 86. 


Ecclesiastes, 149. 


SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, 


■ in all relations of life, Deuter- 


Acts I., 186. 


onomy, 432. 


SUPEREROGATION, Leviticus, 


Longing for, Proverbs, 196. 


552- 


Money and, John I., 16. 


SUPERNATURAL, Accepting the, 


of Job's friends, Job, 80. 


I. Kings, 366; John L, 232. 


wanting to the angels, Hebrews, 


-erected in nature, Hebrews, 64. 


74- 


in the scriptures, Joshua, 71. 


with Christianity, Numbers, 


SUPERSTITION and heresy, Pas- 


112. 


toral Epistles, 384. 


SYNAGOGUE, Christian, James, 


SURETY for another, Proverbs, 


19, 118, 126. 


79-82. 


SYRIAC VERSION, James, 8, 21, 


SUSA, Ezra, 165-167; Daniel, 253. 


26, 30, 187, 368. 



292 TA A NACH— TEACHING OF TWELVE APOSTLES 



TAANACH, Joshua, 303. 
TABERAH, Numbers, 120. 
TABERNACLE, The, Exodus, 

375-400. 
Consecration of, Exodus, 409- 

416; Leviticus, 204. 

Curtains of, Exodus, 390. 

Description of, Hebrews, 150. 

Entrance to, Exodus, 394. 

Erected at Shiloh, Joshua, 312- 

315- 
Inauguration of the service of, 

Leviticus, 219-236. 
Incense in the, Exodus, 417- 

419. 
■ Its structure, Exodus, 389- 

394- 
New Covenant symbolized in, 

Hebrews, 149-158. 
Outer court of, Exodus, 395- 

399- 
The pattern in the mount, 

Exodus, 385-388. 

Purification of, Hebrews, 163. 

worship, Leviticus, 29-236. 

TABERNACLES, Feast of, Leviti- 
cus, 464-467; Numbers, 369; 
Revelation, 125-127. 

TABLE OF SHEWBREAD, Exo- 
dus, 381, 382. 

TACITUS, Jeremiah II., 218; Acts 
I., 58, 130; II., 352, 363; 
Romans, 13; Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 179. 

TALE-BEARING, Proverbs, 168, 
169. 



TALENTS, Parable of the, Mat- 
thew, 357-365. 

TALKATIVENESS, Perils of, 
James, 186. 

TALMUD, The, quoted, Ecclesias- 
tes, 195, 247, 276, 314; Acts 
I., 175; II., 13, 16; John Epis- 
tles, 292. 

TAMAR, Amnon and, II. Samuel, 
197. 

TAMMUZ, Ezekiel, 85, 86. 

TANNING, Acts II., 120. 

TANTALUS, Hebrews, 221. 

TARSUS, Acts II., 1-12. 

TASSELS, memorial, Numbers, 
192. 

TATE AND BRADY, Psalms, Acts 
I., 381. 

TATIAN, Diatessaron, Acts I., vii, 
65, 400, 415, 419. 

rejects the Epistles to Timothy, 

Pastoral Epistles, 8, 202. 

TATTENAI, The satrap, Ezra, 84, 
99. 

TAYLOR, Jeremy, Acts I., 89; II., 
29. 267, 334; James, 332. 

TEACHERS, in the church, He- 
brews, 84. 

Responsibilities of, James, 

165-170. 

TEACHING OF THE 
TWEL VE APOSTLES, Acts 
L, 97, 139, sq., 149, 377; II., 
34, 345 ; Pastoral Epistles, 
69, 96, 108, 115; Hebrews, 
84. 



TEA CHING— TER TULLIA N 



283 



TEACHING, by Anachronism, 


TEMPLE, tribute, Matthew, 250, 


Chronicles, in. 


251. 


by Types, Chronicles, 125-132. 


vessels restored by Cyrus, Ezra, 


The term used by, John I., 


33-35- 


387- 


worship, I. Kings, 193-201; 


Two final tests of false, Colos- 


Chronicles, 97. 


sians, 242-256. 


TEMPLE, Rev. Frederick, James, 


TEARS, of Christ, John I., 358. 


189, 190. 


Significance of, Genesis, 397. 


TEMPTATION, Numbers, 371; 


TEKOA, Men of, refuse to work, 


John Epistles, 140-143. 


Ezra, 220. 


and safeguards, Proverbs, 67- 


TELEMACHUS, Acts I., 56. 


7i- 


TEMAN, Job, 15. 


and the will, Judges, 287. 


TEMPER, Bad, Proverbs, 203, 


comes like a serpent, Genesis, 


207; James, 190. 


20. 


TEMPERANCE, Proverbs, 280, 


from within more serious, Gen- 


286; I. Corinthians, 217; Gala- 


esis, 76. 


tians, 387; Peter, 247, 248. 


Joy in, James, 62-67. 


TEMPLE, Numbers, 75; I. Kings, 


of Christ, Deuteronomy, 205, 


149-171. 


206; Matthew, 39-47; Luke, 


cleansed by _ Christ, John I., 


105-127; Hebrews, 72. 


85-98. 


Overcoming, Peter, 180-182. 


Dedication of the rebuilt, Ezra, 


Process of, Judges, 317. 


96-106. 


Small ones often more effectual, 


Defilement of the, I. Kings, 


Genesis, 76. 


219, 221. 


Source of, James, 89-92. 


Haggai and the building of, 


Strength and, Isaiah I., 264. 


Twelve Prophets II., 234-252. 


succeeds by exciting curiosity, 


• Measuring the, of Heaven, Rev- 


Genesis, 20, 21. 


elation, 168-175. 


Unexpected, John II., 286. 


of Ezekiel, Ezekiel, 392. 


TENNYSON, Alfred, quoted, Job, 


of Heaven, Revelation, 170, 


164; Proverbs, 67; Ecclesias- 


171. 


tes, 124; Song of Solomon, 80, 


partially restored, II. Kings, 


170; Jeremiah II., 168; Twelve 


154-158; Chronicles, 404, 428. 


Prophets I., 252. 


proposed by David, II. Sam- 


TERAH, Genesis, 84, sq. 


uel, 97-108. 


TESTAMENT OF THE TWELVE 


rebuilt, Ezra, 48-59. 


PATRIARCHS, James, 249, 


sacrifices, I. Kings, 194-221. 


437- 


Significance of the, I. Kings, 


TERTULLIAN, Acts I., 3-7, 56, 


172-176. 


109, 121, 381, 382,384,415; 



294 



TESTS— J. THESSALONIANS II. 



II., 36, 50, 122-124, 195.400, 


THEODORE OF MOPSEUESTIA, 


445; Pastoral Epistles, 6, 10, 


Acts II., 84. 


89, 90, 98, ioi, 128, 166, 


THEODORE OF TARSUS, James, 


227, 294, 295, 300, 339, 346; 


331- 


Hebrews, 264; James, 32, 307, 


THEODORET, Acts I., 57; 11., 


33o, 337, 34-. 368, 44i; 


84; John Epistles, 51. 


Peter, vi; John Epistles, 91, 


THEODOSIAN CODE, Acts I., 348 ; 


163. 


II., 370. 


TESTS of the kingdom of Heaven, 


"THEOLOGIA GERMANICA," 


I. Samuel, 154. 


Song of Solomon, 343. 


TEXIER, on Galatia, Acts II., 266. 


THEOLOGY, Hebrews, 88, sq. 


THACKERAY, W. M., Ecclesias- 


and letters, Job, 4. 


tes, 31. 


New beginning in, Job, 15. 


THANKFULNESS, Psalms I., 


of Paul, Thessalonians, 341- 


184, 2S2; II., 17; Colossians, 


358. 


5 2 ; Hebrews, 309. 


THEOPHILUS, Acts II., 30, 32; 


THANK-OFFERING, Leviticus, 


Pastoral Epistles, 6; Peter, v, 


104. 


xii. 


THANKSGIVING, David's song 


THEOPHYLACT, Acts I., 81. 


of, II. Samuel, 350-362. 


THEOSOPHY, Job, 39. 


a duty, Thessalonians, 225- 


THESSALONIANS, The first epis- 


230. 


tle, Conclusion of, Thessalo- 


for all men, Pastoral Epistles, 


nians, 251-265. 


92. 


The first New Testament writ- 


of I. Thessalonians, Thessa- 


ing, Thessalonians, 6. 


lonians, 21-36. 


The thanksgiving of, Thessalo- 


of II. Thessalonians, Thessa- 


nians, 21-36. 


lonians, 271-2S8. 


To whom written, Thessaloni- 


THANKSGIVING DAY and the 


ans, 3-20. 


feast of Tabernacles, Leviticus, 


I. THESSALONIANS I., 5, II. 


466. 


Corinthians, 231; Galatians, 


THEBEZ, Abimelech killed at, 


274; Peter, 58. 


Judges, 222. 


6, II. Corinthians, 264; Gala- 


THEFT, Ephesians, 295. 


tians, 177; Ephesians, 419. 


THEOCRACY, for Israel, Judges, 


7-9, Ephesians, 67. 


46. 


8-10, Romans, 24, 346. 


The ideal, Ezekiel, 381-499. 


I. THESSALONIANS II., 2, Ephe 


Jonathan's idea of, Judges, 


sians, 430. 


214, 218. 


3, Daniel, 102. 


not hierocracy, Numbers, 6. 


— 4, Pastoral Epistles, 52. 


sustained, Numbers, 319. 


5, Galatians, 88. 



/. THESSALONIANS II.— II. THESSALONIANS II. 295 



I. THESSALONIANS II., 6, Gala- 


I. THESSALONIANS V., 12, Acts 


tians, 12, 13; Ephesians, 239; 


II., 416. 


James, 373. 


14, Ephesians, 385. 


7, 8, Galatians, 274, 281. 


15, Ephesians, 293. 


12, Colossians, 43. 


17, Acts II., 324. 


13, Ephesians, 56. 


18, Ephesians, 348. 


14, II. Corinthians, 264. 


19, Ephesians, 298. 


16, Galatians, 298. 


25, Ephesians, 428. 


17, Galatians, 394. 


26, Peter, 231. 


18, Song of Solomon, 220; 


27, Colossians, 407. 


Pastoral Epistles, 78. 


THESSALONIANS, SECOND 


19, II. Corinthians, ^3- 


EPISTLE, and the second ad- 


I. THESSALONIANS III., 5, Peter, 


vent, Acts I., 36-38. 


225. 


Farewell of, Thessalonians, 


I. THESSALONIANS IV., 1, Ro- 


391-404. 


mans, 204, 323; Philippians, 


salvation and thanksgiving, 


30. 


Thessalonians, 271-288. 


1-8, Galatians, 365. 


II. THESSALONIANS I., 4, 6, 


3, Ephesians, 340, 365. 


Galatians, 177; Ephesians,' 67, 


5, Ephesians, 269. 


179. 


11, 12, Pastoral Epistles, 348. 


5, 7, Galatians, 30. 


13, Leviticus, 409; Ezekiel, 


6, Romans, 292; Philippians, 


349; Romans, 29. 


90; Revelation, 226. 


14, II. Corinthians, 79; Gala- 


7, Romans, 385; Galatians, 57; 


tians, 156. 


Revelation, 226, 346. 


15, Romans, 362; Ephesians, 


7, 8, Romans, 41. 


411; Pastoral Epistles, 428; 


8, Ephesians, 269; Peter, 


James, 279. 


340. 


16, Mark, ^^3; Revelation, 205, 


9, Psalms, 206; Peter, 341. 


346- 


10, Revelation, 346. 


17, Romans, 314; "II. Corin- 


II. THESSALONIANS II., 1, Levit- 


thians, 347; Revelation, 160, 


icus, 514. 


346. 


2, Romans, 363; Peter, 


I. THESSALONIANS V., 1, Daniel, 


165. 


151. 


■ 3-8, Leviticus, 127, 444; Gala- 


2, Peter, 165, 330, 356. 


tians, 150; Ephesians, 412. 


8, Ephesians, 410, 415. 


3-10, Mark, 97; Pastoral Epis- 


8, 9, Ephesians, 61; Pastoral 


tles, 376. 


Epistles, 344. 


6, 7, Revelation, 215. 


9, Ephesians, 60. 


7, Pastoral Epistles, 133; Rev- 


10, II, Corinthians, 179. 


elation, 297. 



296 II. THESSALONIANS II— I. TIMOTHY I. 


II. THESSALONIANS II., 8, 12, 


TIGLATH-PILESER I., aids 


Ephesians, 54. 420; Pastoral 


Ahaz, II. Kings, 230-233; 


Epistles, 404; Revelation, 237. 


Isaiah I., 96, 103. 


9, 10, Ephesians, 400; Revela- 


TIGLATH-PILESER II., II. 


tion, 229. 


Kings, 277, 489, 490. 


■ 11, Ephesians, 292. 


TIME, Brevity of, Joshua, 401. 


14, Ephesians, 60. 


Ideas of the passage of, Luke, 


15, Acts I., 383. 


IS- 


II. THESSALONIANS III., 1, Ephe- 


measurement, II. Kings, 312. 


sians, 428. 


On the Horizon of, Twelve 


3, s, Ephesians, 115. 


Prophets I., 400-407. 


5, Galatians, 384. 


TIMNAH, Judges, 282, sq., 288. 


9, Acts I., 383; Peter, 208. 


TIMOTHY, Acts II., 325-347; 


II. THESSALONIANS III., 10, 12, 


Philippians, 157-170; Thessa- 


Matthew, 358. 


lonians, 7, 118-121; Hebrews, 


11, Peter, 190. 


329- 


16, Ephesians, 435. 


and circumcision, Acts II., 227. 


17, 18, Galatians, 422; Colos- 


at Corinth, Pastoral Epistles, 


sians, 410. 


23, 24, 29. 


THESSALONICA, Acts II., 294- 


compared with John, Pastoral 


300. 


Epistles, 19-21. 


Church at, Thessalonians, 3- 


compared with Titus, Pastoral 


20. 


Epistles, 209. 


Paul at, Acts I., 37. 


Family of, Acts II., 8, 9. 


THOMAS, St., Mark, 87. 


Martyrdom of, Acts II., 263. 


Acts of, Acts I., 2. 


Ordination of, Acts II., 261. 


Test of, John II., 363-379. 


I. TIMOTHY I., 1, Philippians, 


THOMSON, William, on leprosy, 


330; John Epistles, 291. 


Leviticus, 337. 


2, Peter, 231. 


on locusts, Twelve Prophets II., 


3, Acts I., 196; II., 412; John 


401. 


Epistles, 43. 


on the Pelican, Psalms III., 


4, Galatians, 442 ; Ephesians, 


91. 


45; Peter, xiv, 262. 


THOUGHTLESSNESS and its re- 


5, Peter, 249. 


sults, Genesis, 42. 


6, Exodus, 410; Peter, 315. 


THYATIRA, Church of, Revela- 


8, 12, Romans, 35. 


tion, 53-56. 


9, Galatians, 149, 215; Ephe- 


TIBERIUS, Emperor, Pastoral 


sians, 289. 


Epistles, 425. 


11, Galatians, 94, 152. 


TIGELLINUS, Pastoral Epistles, 


13, Acts II., 26; Galatians, 66, 


275- 


76, 121; James, 126. 



/. TIMOTHY I.— II. TIMOTHY II. 



297 



I. 


TIMOTHY I., is, Acts II., 28; 


I. TIMOTHY V., 6-1 1, John Epis- 




Galatians, 74. 


tles, 286. 


— 


— 16, Galatians, 69; Peter, 367. 


10, Hebrews, 316. 


I. 


TIMOTHY I., 17, Romans, 281 ; 


12, James, 168. 




Ephesians, 217. 


13, Thessalonians, 379; 




— 18, Exodus, 410; Acts II., 262. 


James, 156; Peter, 190. 




— 19, Galatians, 309. 


17, Ephesians, 239. 


I. 


TIMOTHY II., 1-7, Ephesians, 


— 18, Twelve Prophets I., 288. 




58. 


19, II. Corinthians, i7i- 




—4, Peter, 238. 


I. TIMOTHY VI., 1, Peter, 96. 




— 5, Galatians, 157, 218, 220; 


2, Peter, 98. 




Ephesians, 217. 


3-10, Peter, 287. 




— 6, 7, Galatians, 120; Ephesians, 


5, Peter, xiv. 




45- 


10, Philippians, 281. 




— 7, Ephesians, 164. 


12, Acts II., 262; Philippians, 




— 8, Acts I., 381 ; Ephesians, 289. 


265. 




— 12, 13, Leviticus, 324. 


15, 16, Ephesians, 217. 




— 13-15, Galatians, 364. 


17, Luke, 238. 




— 14, Galatians, 393. 


18, James, 81. 




— 15, Leviticus, 324. 


19, Romans, 278. 


I. 


TIMOTHY III., 2, Hebrews, 316. 


20, Peter, 238; John Epistles, 




— 3, Peter, 207. 


43- 




— 6, James, 168; Peter, 289. 


II. TIMOTHY I., 2, Peter, 231; 




— 13, Galatians, 229. 


John Epistles, 291. 




— 14, Acts I., 196; II., 412. 


4, Romans, 27. 




— 15, 16, Ephesians, 10. 


5, Exodus, 410; Acts II., 9. 




— 16, Matthew, T,yy; Acts I., 44; 


6, Acts I., 284; Acts II., 263. 




Galatians, 250; Ephesians, 


7-12, Ephesians, 431. 




346, 347; Revelation, 83. 


8, Galatians, 177. 


I. 


TIMOTHY IV., 1, Ephesians, 


9-1 1, Ephesians, 45, 61, 109. 




412; Thessalonians, 309. 


10, Romans, 143; Ephesians, 




— 2, Ephesians, 292. 


439- 




— 3, James, 84. 


12, Romans, 368; Ephesians, 




— 7, Peter, xiv, 262. 


115. 




— 10, Peter, 196. 


13, Galatians, 229. 




— 12, Peter, 208. 


15, Acts II., 420. 




— 13, Acts I., 196. 


18, Acts I., 196; II., 412. 




— 14, Acts II., 262. 


II. TIMOTHY II., 1, Ephesians, 


I 


TIMOTHY V., 3, 5, 10, John 


398. 




Epistles, 285. 


2, Acts II., 262. 




— 5, John Epistles, 19. 


3-10, Ephesians, 431. 



208 II. TIMOTHY II.— TITUS II. 


II. TIMOTHY II., 8, Romans, 


II. TIMOTHY IV., 17, Ephesians, 


16. 


57, 398, 428, 


g, Peter, 58. 


429. 


10, Galatians, 172; Ephesians, 


18, Ephesians, 61, 115. 


61, 246. 


TIRHAKAH and Sennacherib, II. 


n-13, Ephesians, 217, 346; 


Kings, 338. 


Peter, 316. 


TIRZAH, Song of Solomon, 12. 


15, Peter, 173. 


TISCHENDORF, Constantine, 


16, Isaiah II., 169. 


Acts I., 79; II. Corinthians, 


17, 18, Acts II., 420. 


346, 369; James, 7; John 


19, Galatians, 334; Ephesians, 


Epistles, vii, 91, 123, 163, 171. 



52, 54; Peter, 226; Revela- 
tion, 115. 

20, 21, Galatians, 10. 

24, Isaiah II., 288. 

25, Ephesians, 385; Peter, 238. 

26, Ephesians, 400. 

II. TIMOTHY III., 1, Ephesians, 
412; James, 279, 446. 

3, Ephesians, 289. 

4, Proverbs, 286. 

5, Romans, 68. 

7, Peter, 155, 238. 

10, James, 292. 

11, Galatians, 17. 

13, Leviticus, 339. 

14, 15, Acts II., 9; Ephesians, 

3§5- 

15, Galatians, 229. 

16, Ephesians, 146. 

II. TIMOTHY IV., 3, Jeremiah II., 

27- 

4, Peter, 262. 

5, Ephesians, 239; Peter, 43. 

7, Galatians, 449. 

8, Galatians, 30; James, 89. 

9-12, Ephesians, 433. 

10, Ephesians, 58; Philip- 

pians, 162, 165. 

13, John Epistles, 21. 

16, 17, Mark, 433. 



TITHE, Law of the, Leviticus, 
559-566; Numbers, 215. 

Repentance by, Twelve Proph- 
ets II., 367. 

TITUS and Paul, Galatians, 102- 
112. 

and Timothy, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 209. 

at Corinth, II. Corinthians, 

2 75" 2 77i Pastoral Epistles, 
204-206. 

exhortation to aged men, II. 

Samuel, 312. 

in Dalmatia, Pastoral Epis- 
tles, 410. 

TITUS I., 4, Galatians, 103; Ephe- 
sians, 249. 

7, Peter, 207. 

8, Ephesians, 289. 

9, John Epistles, 293. 

11, Peter, xiv, 207. 

12, James, 156. 

14, Peter, 263. 

16, Ephesians, 276. 

TITUS II., 3-s, Ephesians, 363. 

4, 5, Isaiah I., 266. 

7, Ephesians, 440; Peter, 209. 

9, 10, Ephesians, 389; Peter, 

96. 

10, Thessalonians, 362. 



TITUS II.— TRIDENTINE COUNCIL 



299 



TITUS II., ii, Galatians, 74, 149; 


TOZER, II. F., Highlands of Tur- 


Ephesians, 58. 


key, Acts II., 294, 300, 303. 


1214, Galatians, 185. 


TRADITION, Jesus Christ and, 


13, Romans, 261, 262. 


Mark, 184-189. 


TITUS III., 2, Romans, 87. 


an unpopular word, Thessalo- 


4, John Epistles, 290. 


nians, 350. 


4-7, Galatians, 149, 232. 


TRADUCIANISM, Hebrews, 222. 


5, Leviticus, 190, 215; Gala- 


TRAJAN, Acts II., 28. 


tians, 173; Ephesians, 61, 


TRANSGRESSORS, High handed, 


37i- 


Numbers, 185. 


7, Galatians, 151 ; Ephesians, 


TRANSFIGURATION OF 


37i- 


CHRIST, Matthew, 233-242; 


TOBIAH, Ezra, 270, 342. 


Mark, 228-235; Luke, 190- 


TOBIT, James, 281, 295. 


192, 281-293. 


TOI, King of Hamath, sends an 


TRANSLATION OF ENOCH, Gen 


embassy to David, II. Samuel, 


esis, 53. 


ii5- 


TREE OF LIFE, The, Genesis, 18; 


TOLERATION, and comprehen- 


Psalm I., 4. 


sion, Ezra, 68, 69. 


TREFFRY, Richard, On the Eter- 


and duty, Romans, 374-387. 


?ial Sonship, John I., 346. 


The lesson of, Exodus, 101; 


TREGELLES, Samuel P., II. Cor- 


Judges, 124. 


inthians, 346; James, 4, 7. 


True and false, I. Kings, 248. 


TRENCH, Archbishop R. C, Acts 


TONGUE, Defilement of the, James, 


I., 47, 405; II., 159; Romans, 


174-178. 


327; Galatians, 143; Ephe- 


Importance of the, Exodus, 


sians, 303 ; Thessalonians, 


325- 


187; James, 120; John Epis- 


Moral contradiction in the reck- 


tles, 105, 192; Revelation, 32, 


less use of the, James, 179- 


361. 


190. 


TRENT, Council of, James, 341. 


Powers of the, James, 169- 


Anathemas of, Galatians, 46, 


174. 


47- 


Sins of the, Psalm I., 111, 137; 


TRESPASS, Leviticus, 154. 


II., 144; Proverbs, 163-178; 


Atonement for, Numbers, 55. 


Ephesians, 296-298; Colos- 


Forgiveness of, Matthew, 258- 


sians, 288; Peter, 6^. 


266. 


TORAH, The, Song of Solomon, 


TRIALS, I. Samuel, 276. 


145, 146. 


TRIBES, The, in camp, Numbers, 


TOTAL DEPRAVITY, Job, 195. 


27. 


TOULOUSE, Council of, James, 


TRIDENTINE COUNCIL, Acts 


34i- 


II., 238. 



300 



TRINIT Y— T YPICA L SIGNIFICA NCE 



TRINITY, The, Hebrews, 13. 


TRUTH, revealed gradually to 


in man's election, and salva- 


men, Genesis, 6. 


tion, Peter, 3-16. 


rules the world, Deuteronomy, 


TROAS, Paul at, Acts, 268, 392- 


23O 


406; II. Corinthians, 84-86. 


will prevail, I. Kings, 441. 


TROPHLMUS, Colossians, 373; 


TUBAL-CAIN, Genesis, 47. 


Pastoral Epistles, 414, 415, 


TUBERCULOSIS and cattle, 


419. 


Leviticus, 297. 


TROUBLE, Wherefore? Job, 282. 


TURNING POINTS IN LIFE, Gen- 


TRULLO, Council of, Pastoral 


esis, 247; Joshua, 299; Judges, 


Epistles, 115. 


105. 


TRUMPETS, at festivals, Num- 


Effects of, Genesis, 304. 


bers, 100, 355. 


Jacob's, Genesis, 301. 


Feast of, Leviticus, 461, 462. 


hinge on trivial incidents, John 


First six, of John, Revelation, 


I- 135- 


132-156. 


must come, Judges, 37$. 


in war time, Numbers, 99. 


TWILIGHT, Genesis, 250. 


The seventh, Revelation, 189- 


TYCHICUS, Ephesians, 431; 


195- 


Colossians, 371-382; Pastoral 


signalled the advance, Num- 


Epistles, 410, 411. 


bers, 97. 


TYNDALE, Ecclesiastes, 303; 


Silver, Numbers, 95. 


Pastoral Epistles, 412, 413; 


TRUST in God, Psalms II., 183; 


James, 200, 222. 


III., 37 ; Ecclesiastes, 185; Jere- 


TYNDALE, Professor, on crea- 


miah I., 63, 354; Galatians, 


tion, Genesis, 9. 


386. 


on religious sentiment, Exo- 


TRUTH, Ephesians, 329-333. 


dus, 287. 


Ascertainment of, I. Kings, 


TYPES, Teaching by, Chronicles, 


9- 


125-132. 


Children unable to understand 


TYPICAL SIGNIFICANCE, of the 


it all, Genesis, 7. 


burnt offering, Leviticus, 


Christian conduct the issue of, 


56, sq. 


Romans, 321-335. 


of the Exodus, Exodus, 264- 


an essential attribute of God, 


269. 


Genesis, 102. 


of feasts of seven months, 


finally triumphs, I. Samuel, 


Leviticus, 468-473. 


207. 


of garments of high priests, 


Jesus Christ the, John I., 124- 


Leviticus, 199. 


128. 


of the Jubilee and Sabbath 


not discovered in a day, Gene- 


year, Leviticus, 510-518. 


sis, 15,9. 


of the law, Hebrews, 163. 



TYPICAL SIGNIFICANCE— TYRE 



301 



TYPICAL SIGNIFICANCE, of 
the peace offering, Leviticus, 
84. 

of the priesthood and taber- 
nacle, Leviticus, 184. 

TYRANNY, Cultured, Exodus, 
18. 

has its succession, Psalms III., 

42. 



TYRANNY is suicide, Twelve 
Prophets II., 143-148. 

without relief, Ecclesiastes, 

149. 

TYRANNUS, Acts IL, 347. 

TYRE, Isaiah I., 288-300; Ezekiel, 
230-259; Twelve Prophets I., 
127, 128; Acts II., 268, 392- 
406. 



302 



UEBERWEG, F.— UZZIAH 



u 



UEBERWEG, F., Isaiah II., 125, 
126. 

UHLHORN, Gerhard, Christian 
charity in the ancient church, 
Hebrews, 316. 

UNBELIEF, Doom of, Numbers, 
167. 

in God's goodness, Genesis, 23. 

of the cities, in Christ, Mat- 
thew, 149, 150. 

of the Jews, John I., 203. 

UNCTION, See EXTREME UNC- 
TION. 

UNCLEANNESS, and lascivious- 
ness, Galatians, 365-366. 

by the dead, Numbers, 52, 

220. 

Defilement by animals and dead 

bodies, Leviticus, 277-304; 
Deuteronomy, 290, 291. 

disregarded, Chronicles, 435. 

Ideas of, Numbers, 46. 

of childbearing, Leviticus, 313- 

326. 

of issues, Leviticus, 305-312. 

of Leprosy, Leviticus, 327- 

366; Numbers, 48. 

Real, Mark, 190-194. 

UNEXPECTED OCCURRENCES, 
I. Samuel, 280. 

UNITY OF CHRISTIANS, Num- 
bers, 97; John II., 256; Ephe- 
sians, 218-226; Colossians, 



303, 304, 408; Thessalonians, 
201; Hebrews, 41. 

UNIVERSALISM of Christ and 
Paul, Hebrews, 141. 

UNLEAVENED BREAD, Feast of, 
Numbers, 351. 

of the passover, Exodus, 186. 

UNRECORDED SAYINGS OF 
CHRIST, James, 56, 89, 249, 
362. 

UNSEEN, Sustained by the, Exo- 
dus, 41. 

THE UNSEEN UNIVERSE, 
Acts I., 47. 

UR OF THE CHALDEES, Gene- 
sis, 83, 84. 

URIAH, The Hittite, David and, I. 
Samuel, 303; II. Samuel, 
158-168. 

URIM AND THUMMIM, Leviticus, 
196; Numbers, 341; I. Kings, 
122; Ezra, 45-47. 

USSHER, Archbishop James, Acts 
II., 318, 362; Ephesians, 15. 

USURY, Ezra, 247-258; Psalms I., 
138. 

UTTERANCE, The gift of, I. Cor- 
inthians, 26-28. 

UZ, Job, 19. 

UZZAH, Death of, II. Samuel, 88. 

UZZIAH, See AZARIAH, King 
of Israel. 

Isaiah I., 20, 59, sq., 98. 



VAHEB IN SUPHAH— VOCATION OF CHRISTIAN 303 



V 



VAHEB IN SUPHAH, Numbers, 

251. 
VALENS, Emperor, Acts II., 352. 
VALESIUS, Acts II., 439. 
VANITY, Feeding of, Ecclesiastes, 

190, 214. 

of Absalom, II. Samuel, 25S. 

of Haitian, Ezra, 372 278. 

Use and abuse of the sense of, 

John Epistles, 149-163. 
VALLEY OF DRY BONES, Eze- 

kiel, 34 2 -355- 
" VAS ELECTIONIS," Acts II., 

64, 65. 
VASHTI, Ezra, 352, 361-370. 
VATICAN COUNCIL, Acts I., 265; 

II., 238. 
VAUGHAN, C. J., Acts I., 226, 

317; Revelation, 107, 258. 
VEIL, Paul on the use of the, I. 

Corinthians, 241-257. 
VENGEANCE, Desire for, Joshua, 

33^, 333- 
of the Covenant, Leviticus, 522- 

533- 
of God, Twelve Prophets II., 

9Q-95- 
VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS, The 

hymn, Isaiah I., 186. 
VESPASIAN, Emperor, Acts II., 

460. 
VIATICUM, James, 332. 
VIBIUS SALUTARIUS, Gaius, 

Acts II., 370, 371. 
VICES, Discarded, Ephesians, 

290-304, 



VICTOR I., Pope, Acts I., 14. 

VICTORIA, Queen, Joshua, 80. 

VICTORY, Birth and, John Epis- 
tles, 223-235. 

— — The pause of, Revelation, 316- 
326. 

Through perils to, Peter, 223 

235- 

VINCENTIAN RULE, Acts II., 
100. 

VINE AND THE BRANCHES, The, 
John II., 173-190. 

VINEYARD, Parable of the, He- 
brews, 31. 

VIRGIL, Acts II., 70; Ephesians, 
127. 

VIRGINITY OF MARY, Per- 
petual, James, 31. 

VIRTUE, Peter, 246, 247. 

Safety of, Numbers, 279. 

VISION, and action, Jeremiah I., 
69. 

of Eliphaz, Job, 106. 

of the glory of God, Ezekiel, 

26-41. 

VISIONS, Consolatory, Revela- 
tion, 111-156. 

First consolatory, Revelation, 

I57-I67- 

Renewed consolatory, Revela- 
tion, 238-258. 

Second consolatory, Revela- 
tion, 168-195. 

VITELLIUS, Acts II., 30, 33. 

VOCATION OF THE CHRIS- 
TIAN, Numbers, 123. 



304 



VOICE— VO WS 



VOICE, The human, in Isaiah, 


VON SODEN, E., Ephesians, 11, 


xl-lxvi, Isaiah II., 302, 


17- 


406. 


VOWS, Concerning, Leviticus, 


VOLTAIRE, John Epistles, 158. 


541-566; Numbers, 344, 361. 


Maria Theresa of, John Epis- 


of women, Numbers, 362. 


tles, 96. 


Thank offerings and, Leviti- 


on Pascal, II. Corinthians, 


cus, 104. 


147. 


Unfulfilled, Genesis, 313. 



WA GES— WELLHA USEN 



305 



w 



WAGES, Leviticus, 398. 
WAITING, Song of Solomon, 206- 

217. 
WALDSTEIN, C, Acts II., 372. 
WALKING WITH GOD, Genesis, 

5J-53- 

WANT, Labour principally to sat- 
isfy physical, Genesis, 30. 

WAR, Exodus, 254, Isaiah I., 

51- 

Causes of, Chronicles, 83. 

Civil, Judges, 257. 

Jesus Christ and, Deuter- 
onomy, 215. 

Methods of, I. Samuel, 450. 

not Christ-like, Joshua, 413. 

Paul on, II. Corinthians, 289- 

299. 

Prayer in, Jeremiah I., 396. 

• — — Ruthlessness of, Joshua, 197. 

a sad necessity, Judges, 11. 

settled by champions, II. Sam- 
uel, 28. 

Spiritual, Joshua, 234, 235. 

Strategem in, Joshua, 196. 

"WARS OF JEHOVAH," Book of 
the, Numbers, 251; Deuter- 
onomy, 11. 

"WATCH AND PRAY," Genesis, 

77- 
WATCHFULNESS enforced,Mark, 

357- 

of Nehemiah, Ezra, 243, 244. 

WATER, fails, Numbers, 224. 
of Jordan divided, Joshua, 

108. 



WATERLAND, Daniel, I. Corin- 
thians, 268, 269; Pastoral 
Epistles, 293, 306. 

WATSON, Richard, Acts I., 3. 

WAVE OFFERING, Leviticus, 
178. 

"THE WAY," Jesus Christ, John 

H., 131133- 

Meaning of, Acts II., 32, 33, 

34, 347, 362, 423. 

WAY OF THE SOUL, Numbers, 
386. 

WEAKNESS, Strength and, II. 
Corinthians, 342-358. 

WEALTH, Proverbs, 135-148. 

and generosity, Genesis, 118. 

and woe, Matthew, 59. 

Highest good sought in, Eccles- 

iastes, 187-228. 

not a proof of religious accept- 
ance, Job, 137. 

Pursuit of, Thessalonians, 73; 

Pastoral Epistles, 193-198. 

True, Proverbs, 356. 

True use of, Luke, 346. 

WEISS, Bernard, Thessalonians, 
91; Pastoral Epistles, 7, 15; 
James, 32, 50, 70, 76, 399. 

WEISSE, Christian H., Pastoral 
Epistles, 9, 407. 

WEIZSACKER, C. von, II. Corin- 
thians, 320. 

WELLHAUSEN,J.,IsaiahIL, 238, 
269; Jeremiah I., 371; Ezekiel, 
400, 437; Twelve Prophets I., 
12S, 147, 160, 225, 246, 348, 



306 



WESLE Y— WILLI A MS 



262, 276, 278, 288, 301, 368, 
37o, 37 1 * 38o, 410, 4"; 
Twelve Prophets II., 65, 72, 
87, in, 123, 133, 153, 156, 
170, 171, 174. 204, 238, 246, 
248, 287, 295, 297, 306, 309, 
322, 362, 380, 47 2 < 4§5> 487, 
488, 489, 519. 

and the death of prophecy, 

Deuteronomy, 248. 

on Cultus, Numbers, 317. 

on the Decalogue, Deuter- 
onomy, 61-63, 70. 

on Korah, Numbers, 199. 

on the Passover, Exodus, 176, 

177; Leviticus, 450. 

on slaughter of Midianites, 

Numbers, 368. 

on Theocracy, Numbers, 6. 

on Tithes, Leviticus, 559. 

WESLEY, Charles, Acts II., 381. 

WESLEY, John, Acts I., 3, 137, 
291, 381; II., 394; Romans, 
63; Ephesians, 241, 322; He- 
brews, 233. 

WESTCOTT, B. F., Daniel, 32.92; 
James, 4, 7, 17, 24, 434, 439, 
458; John Epistles vii., 62,64, 
104, 148, 166, 170, 184, 190, 
199, 211, 219, 237, 283, 289. 

WESTCOTT AND HORT, II. Cor- 
inthians, 36, no, 253, 279, 

301, 3". 3iS» 346, 35 1 - 364. 
369; Galatians, 300; Ephe- 
sians, 15, 66; Revelation, 9. 

WETSTEIN, Johann Jacob, 
James, 296, 399. 

WHATELY, Archbishop Richard, 
Acts II., 73. 

WHIRLWIND, God in the, I. Kings, 
433- 



WHITBY, Daniel, Hebrews, 248. 
WHITTIER, John G., Proverbs, 

522. 
WICKED, Psalms I., 7, 45"47, 

92-94, 310, 330, 345; II., 191, 

196. 
WIDOWS, Pastoral Epistles, 153- 

155, 158, 163. 
WIEDEMANN, Alfred, Ezekiel, 

281, 282. 
WIESELER, Karl, Die Christen- 

verfolgungen dcr Caesaren, 

Acts II., 336; James, 32. 
WIESINGER, A., James, 399, 41S. 
WIFE, The, Proverbs, 399, sq. 
and husband, Colossians, 336- 

340; Peter, 107-118. 
WILBERFORCE, Wm, Acts I., 

291. 
WILDERNESS, Discipline of the, 

Numbers, 256. 
Israel's residence in the, Joshua, 

8. 

near Maan, Numbers, 245. 

Our life in the, Numbers, 124, 

258. 
WILL, and work, Philippians, 137. 
Appeal to the, Deuteronomy, 

100. 
Freedom of, Deuteronomy, 

165; Pastoral Epistles, 40, 41, 

57; James, 93. 
of God our sanctification, He- 
brews, 177. 
subject to Christ, Psalms I., 

14. 
WILLIAMS, Dr., Acts I., 134, 135, 

137; II., 64. 
WILLIAMS, Isaac, James, 444; 

Revelation, 74, 126, 310, 

368. 



WINE— WORD S WOR TH 



307 



WINE, Proverbs, 275-287; Jere- 
miah II., 50. 

Prohibition of, Leviticus, 251. 

Use of, I. Corinthians, 187. 

WISDOM, as a guide of conduct, 
Proverbs, 24-36. 

Beginning of, Proverbs, 9-23. 

better than mirth, Ecclesias- 

tes, 139. 

The chief good n'ot in, Ecclesias- 

tes, 127-133, 230-234. 

■ Earthly rewards of, Proverbs, 

37-5 1 - 

from above, James, 203-213. 

from below, James, 191-202. 

Man's, Psalms III., n. 

Meaning of, Proverbs, 10. 

of God, Isaiah I., 238-242; I. 

Corinthians, 63-79. 

of the past, Job, 138, 192. 

of the serpent, Ezra, 260. 

Person of, Proverbs, 92, 108, 

123. 
Quest of, Job, 313; Proverbs, 

35- 

Rewards of, Proverbs, 37, 109. 

towards the non-Christian 

world, Colossians, 361-364. 

WISDOM, The book, Proverbs, 9, 
10, 118; Song of Solomon, 
219; Hebrews, 42; James, 69, 
74-76, 287; Peter, 142; John 
Epistles, 137. 

WISDOM LITERATURE, Prov- 
erbs, 9; James, 68-75. 

WISE MEN, Coming of the, Mat- 
thew, 18-20. 

WITNESS OF THE SPIRIT, Ro- 
mans, 224. 

WITNESSES, A cloud of, Hebrews, 
359-269. 



WITNESSES, The two, Revelation, 

177-188. 
WOLSEY, Cardinal, Fall of, I. 

Samuel, 32; II., Samuel, 271. 
WOMEN, Proverbs, 96, 132, 396. 

Attractiveness of, Genesis, 58. 

Claim of, Numbers, 139, 332. 

Compromising their purity, 

Judges, 403. 

Degradation of, Judges, 351. 

despised, Ecclesiastes, 203, 

225. 
Dress of, Pastoral Epistles, ioi ; 

102. 

Good, Proverbs, 396-410. 

in Jewish history, Ezra, 383. 

• Influence of, Genesis, 48; 

Joshua, 158. 
Isaiah to, Isaiah I., 262- 

287. 

Life of, Job, 75. 

of Corinth, I. Corinthians, 241- 

257. 
— —Place of, Judges, 417. 

Preaching of, Chronicles, 263. 

Social position of, Pastoral 

Epistles, 256. 
suffer because of Eve's sin, 

Leviticus, 323. 

with no vocation, Judges, 373- 

WOOD, J. T., Ephesus, Acts II., 

281, 362. 
WORD, of Christ indwelling, Colos- 
sians, 325-328. 
-of God immutable, Hebrews, 

63. 
of God living, Hebrews, 63, 

305- 
WORDSWORTH, Bp. Christopher, 
Pastoral Epistles, 134; James 
Epistles, 283. 



308 



WORDSWORTH, WM.— WRATH OF GOD 



WORDSWORTH, Wm, Ezekiel, 


WORSHIP, Behavior in Christian, 


37; Galatians, 341; Hebrews, 


Pastoral Epistles, 94-103. 


222; John Epistles, 234. 


Coldness in, Luke, 228. 


WORK, Blessings of, Proverbs, 


Daily, Numbers, 345. 


268. 


Elements of, Pastoral Epistles, 


Dead, Hebrews, 88. 


S2-95. 


Not all, Isaiah II., 309. 


an essential function of the 


Shining and, Philippians, 131- 


Church, Ezekiel, 498. 


156. 


Fine places of, II. Samuel, 


WORLD, The, better, Galatians, 


99. 


3i- 


Forms of, I. Samuel, 80. 


- — End of, Hebrews, 166. 


Hypocrisy and, Psalms II., 


Harvest and vintage of, Rev- 


122. 


elation, 245-258. 


Instinct for, Exodus, 287. 


Kingdom of, Revelation, 190. 


Law of, Exodus, 336-338. 


Meaning of, James, 229. 


Man's faculty for, Genesis, 


of Isaiah, Isaiah, 91-102. 


11. 


Seductions of, James, 226-232. 


More effective method, Ecclesi- 


The term, Acts I., 257. 


astes, 158. 


■ Vanity of, John Epistles, 149- 


New Testament idea of, Leviti- 


163. 


cus, 444-446. 


■ which we must not love, John 


of Israel centralized, Deuter- 


Epistles, 136-148. 


onomy, 20, 262-266. 


without God, Genesis, 11. 


of Israelites, Numbers, 295. 


WORLDLINESS, and the care of 


Public, Pastoral Epistles, 95, 


God contradicted, Genesis, 


100. 


138, I 39- 


result of revelation, Hebrews, 


and its meaning, John II., 


3- 


239-242. 


Ritual, I. Samuel, 190; I. 


Modern, Judges, 234. 


Kings, 186-192. 


not a real substitute for God's 


Simplicity of, John I., 154; 


promises, Genesis, 161. 


Philippians, 183. 


not satisfying, Genesis, 115. 


■ Spiritual gifts and public, I. 


of Saul, I. Samuel, 152. 


Corinthians, 309-324. 


rebuked, Philippians, 353. 


Temple, I. Kings, 193-201. 


WORSHIP, Aesthetic, Colossians, 


WORTHLESSNESS, Proverbs, 84- 


192-193. 


91. 


and conduct, James, 320-322. 


WRATH OF GOD, Leviticus, 242; 


and excitement, James, 315- 


Isaiah I., 47, 55; Colossians, 


320. 


278-282; Thessalonians, 62- 


and music, James, 320. 


64. 



WRIGHT— YO UNG 



309 



WRIGHT, Arthur, Composition of 


WRONG, acknowledged, Genesis, 


the Four Gospels, Thessaloni- 


108. 


ans, 202. 


can never be the strong, Judges, 


WRITING, an early accomplish- 


T«2. 


ment, Deuteronomy, 472; 


|.'.i;;!i( and, Ps;.lins I., 304. 


Judges, 19. 


WYCLlJfi', John, Acts li., 227. 



X 



XENOI TEKMOREIOI, Societies 

of, Acts II., 364. 
XENOPHANES, Isaiah II., 125. 



XENOPHON, Isaiah II., in, 164, 
165, 169, 179; Daniel, 58, 
206, 216. 



YOUNG, Dangers of the, Proverbs, 
34- 



YOUNG, Hopefulness 
Numbers, 172. 



of the, 



310 



ZA CHA E US—ZECHA RIA H J r II. 



ZACHAEUS, Proverbs, 367. 
ZECHARIAH, King of Israel, II. 

Kings, 206. 
ZADOK, The priest, II. Samuel, 

129. 233; !• Kings, 115. 
ZAHN, Theodor, James, 21, 70, 

370. 
ZALMUNNA, Fate of, Judges, 192- 

194. 
ZARATHUSTRA, Deuteronomy, 

473; Jeremiah I., 243. 
ZARED, The valley, Numbers, 

251. 
ZAREPHATH, See SAREPTA. 
ZEAL, Isaiah I., 130. 

of Christ, Joshua, 198, 199. 

ZEALOTS, James, 198, 221, 277, 

285; Peter, 124. 
ZEBAH, Fate of, Judges, 192-194. 
ZEBUL, Judges, 222. 
ZEBULON blessed by Jacob, Gene- 
sis, 434. 
ZEBULON, The tribe, Inheritance 

of, Joshua, 320, 321. 
Moses abuses, Deuteronomy, 

468. 
ZECHARIAH, Son of Jehoida, II. 

Kings, 158-164; Chronicles, 

408. 
ZECHARIAH, The book, He- 
brews, 115, 122. 
i-viii, Twelve Prophets II., 253- 

328. 
ix-xiv, Twelve Prophets II., 

447-490. 
Faith of, Hebrews, 264. 



ZECHARIAH I., 3, James, 244. 

13, Romans, 283. 

18, 19, Daniel, 108. 

ZECHARIAH II., 1, 2, Revelation, 

168. 

4, 5, Psalms III., 315. 

5, Revelation, 169. 

— — 5-17, Daniel, 11. 

6-10, Daniel, n, 108. 

8, Galatians, 450. 

10, 11, Isaiah II., 211. 

ZECHARIAH III., 1, Chronicles, 

290; Song of Solomon, 220; 

Ephesians, 400; James, 460, 

461. 

2, Daniel, 180, 181. 

8, Chronicles, 144; Isaiah II., 

280. 

8-10, Daniel, 11. 

10, Deuteronomy, 364. 

ZECHARIAH IV., 1, Jeremiah II., 

340- 

1-14, Leviticus, 475. 

2-12, Exodus, 383. 

- — 3, Jeremiah I., 260. 

■ 6, 7, Ezra, 81; Isaiah I., 

185. 

7, Revelation, 141. 

10, Chronicles, 95, 356; Dan- 
iel, 191, 325. 
ZECHARIAH VI., 1-8, Daniel, 108. 

11, 13, Hebrews, 115. 

12, Hebrews, 122. 

13, Mark, 446. 

ZECHARIAH VII., 3, Mark, 65. 
5, 6, Mark, 65. 



ZECHARIAH VII.— ZEPHANIAH I. 



311 



ZECHARIAH VII., 14, Psalms 
III., 146; Hebrews, 122. 

16, Hebrews, 123. 

ZECHARIAH VIII., 16, Ephe- 
sians, 293. 

19, Ezekiel, 207; Mark, 65. 

ZECHARIAH IX., 8, II. Kings, 68. 

9, Daniel, 250; Matthew, 396. 

5, II. Kings, 194. 

10, Psalms II., 316. 

ZECHARIAH X., 1, James, 293. 

3, Jeremiah II., 301. 

10-12, Revelation, 270. 

ZECHARIAH XL, 1, Jeremiah II., 
101. 

1-17, II- Kings, 220. 

4-17, I- Kings, 280. 

7-14, II- Kings, 219. 

12, Matthew, 396, 415. 

13, Exodus, 345. 

ZECHARIAH XII., 1, Psalms III., 
185. 

■ 8-14, Leviticus, 537; Chroni- 
cles, 144. 

9, Peter, 178. 

10, Leviticus, 471. 

11-13, II- Kings, 408; Jere- 
miah I., 24. 

12-14, I. Samuel, 92; I. Kings, 

*43- 
ZECHARIAH XIII., 1, Leviticus, 

47i. 537- 
2-5, Jeremiah II., 113. 

4, I. Kings, 361. 

7, Matthew, 396; Mark, 386. 

7-9, I. Kings, 280. 

ZECHARIAH XIV., Leviticus, 470. 

1-7, Daniel, 321. 

5, II. Kings, 194; Daniel, 191; 

Twelve Prophets I., 68; Thes- 

salonians, 131. 



ZECHARIAH XIV., 8, Jeremiah 

L, 85. 

9, Peter, 328. 

16, Revelation, 128. 

20, Exodus, 408; Leviticus, 28; 

Revelation, 256. 

21, Ezra, 101. 

ZECHARIAS, Father of John the 

Baptist, Benedictus of, Luke, 

28, 42-44. 

The mute priest, Luke, 15-28. 

ZEDEKIAH, last king of Judah, 

Jeremiah II., 166. 
captured, Song of Solomon, 

297; Isaiah II., 34, 35; Ezekiel, 

101. 
made king by Nebuchadnezzar, 

II. Kings, 437; Jeremiah I., 

46; II., 96. 
ZEDEKIAH, The priest of Ahab, 

I. Kings, 488, 493. 
ZELLER, Edward, Acts of the 

Apostles, Acts I., 230, 326; 

II., vi; Galatians, 124; James, 

138. 
ZELOPHEHAD, Daughters of, 

Numbers, 331, 406; Joshua, 

309- 
ZENAS, Pastoral Epistles, 203, 

208. 
ZEPHANIAH, The book, Twelve 

Prophets II., 35-75. 
Date of, Twelve Prophets II., 

37- 
Text of, Twelve Prophets II., 

35, 36- 
ZEPHANIAH I., i, II. Kings, 375. 

2, 3, Jeremiah I., 180. 

4, II. Kings, 233, 388 ; Twelve 

Prophets II., 14. 
5, II. Kings, 361, 390. 



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ZEPHANIAH I.-ZWICKA U PROPHETS 



ZEPHANIAH I., 7, Jeremiah I., 
68. 

8, II. Kings, 427. 

— — 9, Ezekiel, 428. 

15, 16, Revelation, 313. 

ZEPHANIAH II., 3, Peter, 328. 

4, II. Kings, 194, 375; Jere- 
miah I., 14. 

10, Isaiah L, 274. 

12-15, H. Kings, 376. 

ZEPHANIAH III., i-ii, II. Kings, 

372- 

3, 4, Jeremiah II., 277. 

7, Jeremiah I., 127. 

ZEPHATH, Judges, 25. 

ZERACH, The Ethiopian, defeated 
by Asa, I. Kings, 323. 

ZERUBBABEL, Ezra, 6, 40, S4, 
107; Twelve Prophets II., 
298. 

ZIBA and Mephibosheth, II. Sam- 
uel, 137, 242. 



ZIKLAG, David at, I. Samuel, 397, 

416-418; Psalms I., 300. 
ZIMRI, King of Israel, I. Kings, 

337S3&- 

ZION, The name, Song of Solo- 
mon, 104. 

ZIPH, Wilderness of, David in the, 
I. Samuel, 359. 

ZIPPOR, Numbers, 262. 

ZIPPORAH, wife of Moses, circum- 
cises her son, Exodus, 82. 

ZOAN, Psalms II., 389. 

ZOLA, M., Proverbs, 66. 

ZOPHAR, first speech, Job, 154. 

his character, Job, 102. 

no mere echo, Job, 161. 

second speech, Job, 242. 

third speech, Job, 309. 

ZOPHIM, Numbers, 299. 

ZOROASTER, Ecclesiastes, 55. 

ZUPH, I. Samuel, 128. 

ZWICKAU PROPHETS, Pastoral 
Epistles, 70.